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Mimics Innovation Course


Join the Mimics Innovation Course to get a running start with all the capabilities of Materialise Mimics Innovation Suite. Sessions cover updates, features, and benefits throughout the year. All sessions include a Q&A with a Materialise application engineer. 

About this training

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Healthcare professionals focusing on 3D technologies — engineers, researchers, physicians, radiologists, and technicians from medical device companies, hospitals, and academia

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Required knowledge level

This training is for both beginner and advanced users, depending on the session

Upcoming sessions

We don't have any upcoming sessions for this training right now — but don't worry, we'll add more soon! Keep an eye on our calendar for the newest additions.

The main benefit of 3D printing for me is showing the individualized anatomy because in congenital heart disease, each anatomy is unique. And when we’re talking about operating and doing complex procedures on patients, seeing and feeling that representation on a one-to-one scale really means that we can plan the best procedure, plan the best and most appropriate surgery, and make sure we minimize our errors in judgment.

Dr. Tarique Hussain
Pediatric Cardiology, UT Southwestern