JOIN US AT THE ANATOMICAL 3D SEGMENTATION WORKSHOP
Medical 3D technology for patient care has never been so accessible. Today, you can get 3D planning and printing directly at your hospital. Provide your patients personalized treatment based on their scans as Point-of-Care 3D printing enables manufacturing directly on location! Join 3dMed19 pre-conference Anatomical 3D Segmentation Workshop, on November 14, 2019 at the University of Melbourne to learn more about the end–to-end workflows for the production of 3D-printed color anatomical models, which can be used to improve pre-surgical planning, patient consultation and support medical education.
The workshop is in collaboration with Evok3D, HP 3D Partner in Australia.
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VISITORS WILL DISCOVER
- How to turn your medical dataset into a 3D virtual model
- How to segment your maxillofacial and cardiovascular 3D models
- How to prepare your virtual model for color printing and how color printing can enhance the educational and diagnostic value of your anatomical models
Welcome Speech & Introduction
Hands-on Session 1: From Scan to 3D Model with Materialise InPrint
|i.||Importing Scans and Performing Segmentation on Anatomy of Interest|
|ii.||Converting Segmented Anatomy of Interest into a 3D Model|
|iii.||Adapt and Edit 3D Model to Achieve Optimal Visualization (Thickness, Color) and Labelling for Traceability|
|iv.||Ensuring Printability of 3D Part and Export to 3D Printer for a Physical 3D Model|
Hands-on Session 2: From 3D Model to Printing
|i.||Importing 3D Model and Checking for Printability|
|ii.||Build Preparation for 3D Printing|
|iii.||Sending the Build to the Printer for Full Colour 3D Printing|
|iv.||Overview of HP MJF 3D Printing Technology|
|v.||See the Finished Full Colour Parts with Special Giveaways for Attendees|
WORKSHOP SPEAKERS AND FACILITATORS
Business Manager, Materialise Australia
Application Engineer, Materialise Sdn. Bhd.
Josh O Connell
Representative from Evok3D
Workshop Time & Venue
8:30 am - 10 am, 14th November 2019
Electrical Engineering Room 121, Building 193 at the University of Melbourne Parkville Campus,
Parkville Victoria 3010, Australia. See map
Computer pre-installed with Materialise InPrint Software will be provided to all workshop participants
Workshop Price & Conference Registration
The pre-conference workshop is part of 3dMed 2019 program, which require the registration to 3dMed conference 2019 on 15th-16th. For details of the conference registration and pricing, kindly refer 3DMed Australia 2019 website by clicking here.