Unver, Ertu, Sorbie, Chris, Kagioglou, Mike and Paxman, Richard (2016) 3D printing for Medical Product Development: The Advantages of Additive Manufacturing to Reduce Cost of Design and Development in the Medical Industry: Paxman Case Study. In: Medtec Europe, New Medical Technology Device Events & Exhibitions, Stuttgart Germany. (Unpublished)

Paxman Research team were invited to give a presentation at Medtec, Stuttgart Germany about the use of 3D printing for Medical Product Development. The team also exhibited the patented scalp cooling cap with Primasil, the manufacturer partner of the scalp cooling project. The MedTec visitors were given the opportunity to visit a selection of educational presentations as well as workshops and pre- planned meetings in a select meeting area. They were offered a number of innovation tours and labs, focusing on computerisation and personalisation of medical care. The KTP associate presented and chaired in the area of ‘Additive Manufacturing’ with the presentation title ‘Reducing the cost of design and development using additive manufacturing’. The presentation was 45 minutes long, including questions and answers. This report covers the exhibition and presentation.

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