Congress of the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology | EFORT

June 5 – 7, 2019
Centro de Congressos de Lisboa (CCL) | Lisbon, Portugal


The International Additive Manufacturing Conference is all about AM academics and industry experts getting together to share their knowledge and ideas.

We’re looking forward to the annual congress of the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopedics and Traumatology. We’re especially delighted to present several speakers on the scientific program, who will be talking about the benefits of pre-operative planning and 3D printing with Materialise solutions. We’d be happy to tell you more at booth 2050b!



Take a close-up look at how surgeons, medical device developers and researchers are using 3D printing, for pre-operative planning, device development and more.



Exchange ideas with peers, share insights on 3D printing adoption and gain inspiration from our partners’ presentations on recent cases using Medical 3D Printing.



Ask your 3D printing questions to our experts and engineers in a free consultation, whether you’re still looking to start, an early-stage adopter or a seasoned user of 3D printing.


  • How medical 3D technologies are revolutionizing patient-specific care
  • Leading applications, from pre-operative planning to research to device development
  • Business cases of hospitals using 3D printing at the Point-of-Care
  • Where to start when implementing 3D technology at your hospital


Expert Talks on Materialise aMace

June 5
Room Berlin 17:00 - 18:30

3D printing: From Bench to Opeating theatre

Professor Douglas Dunlop


Room Copenhagen 11:15 - 12:15

Revision Total Hip Arthoplasty 2

Dr. Gunnar Flivik

Room Copenhagen 11:15 - 12:15

Revision Total Hip Arthoplasty 2

Dr. Philippe Van Overschelde




Dr. Douglas Dunlop

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

3D printing in revision hip surgery. Experiences gained in our first five years. 


Dr. Gunnar Flivik

Associate professor, Department of Orthopedics Lund University, Sweden

CT follow-up evaluation of pre-planned versus achieved position, and 1 year migration data, of custom made 3D-printed cup-cage implants for acetabular revisions.


Dr. Philippe Van Overschelde

Orthopedic surgeon, hip and knee, AZ Maria Middelares, Ghent, Belgium

Clinical and radiological outcome up to 4 years after hip revision surgery of complex acetabular defects with the aMace custom made acetabular cup: a retrospective study

It has never been easier to integrate Medical 3D Printing into the hospital workflow at different levels for different needs. Schedule a talk with an expert to discuss how to get started, and the roadmap to achieving the best results.

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