TCT Conference Stage［East hall 3］
Jan. 28, 2022 (Fri.)
TCT Japan Conference Day 3 OPTIMIZATION - BREAKTHROUGHS AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
【Organizer】JTB Communication Design / Rapid News Publications
【Time】10:30-16:00 Pre-Registration required Free
The TCT Conference delivers deep technical know-how and inspirational application studies across the spectrum of Additive Manufacturing and 3D technologies.
Speakers from JAPAN, Europe and USA will deliver a truly global perspective ensuring your time out of the workplace will be of maximum value.
Day 1：【10:30-15:30, 26th Jan.】
EVALUATION - AM：GLOBAL INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONS
Day 2：【10:30-13:00, 27th Jan.】
ADOPTION - APPLICATIONS
Day 3：【10:30-16:00, 28th Jan.】 OPTIMIZATION - BREAKTHROUGHS AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
Additive Manufacturing of Medical Devices worldwide regulatory status and latest developments in industrial standards
ENORA ROGERS INC.
Ms. Enora Rogers
Great inventions require great product development! Enora is a Mechanical Engineer passionate about helping inventors develop their concept into successful commercialized products. She specializes in identifying and addressing early-stage product factors for success.
She has over 30 years’ working as an R and D Engineer, Principal Engineer, and Manager at companies such as Johnson and Johnson and Dow Corning. After starting her company in 2007 she began consulting for various mid-size and start-up companies.
Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is an essential new manufacturing method. Enora is currently engaged with companies providing state-of-the-art solutions. She is a member of leading organizations driving standardization and advancement of this industry.
Degrees and Certifications: SB SM Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Certified Reliability Engineer (ASQ), Additive Manufacturing Certificate (SME). Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Florida, United States.
Memberships: ASTM International F42 Additive Manufacturing Committee Member, F04 Medical Devices Committee Member, ASQ (American Society for Quality)
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies have transformed medical device manufacturing in such areas as dental procedures, prosthetics, and even implantable devices. Globally, adoption of devices produced using AM are increasing exponentially. This growth is enabled by the development of industrial standards that address the quality and safety risks introduced with AM. First, this presentation will cover how AM medical devices are characterized by various countries leading the way in adoption. Second, an overview of how standards have played a role in establishing best practices for utilizing and specifying materials, processes, product, and manufacturing operations.
Recent progress in micro/nano 3D printing: Innovative 3D-printed products created by new technologies and materials
YOKOHAMA National University
Prof. Shoji Maruo
In recent years, micro/nano 3D printing technology, which can fabricate micro-scale 3D structures with high precision using laser beams, has made rapid progress and has been applied to a wide range of fields including medicine, photonics, electronics, and MEMS. In this presentation, the latest technologies and new materials for micro 3D printing are introduced. As examples of new technologies, high-speed fabrication technologies using digital light processing (DLP) and multi-material fabrication technologies using multiple materials have been developed. As new materials, composite materials mixed with nano-particles of glass and ceramics, stimuli-responsive materials for 4D printing that respond to light and heat, and metallic materials that can be applied to 3D electronics have been developed. In addition, applications of these new materials in medicine, photonics and MEMS will be introduced.
Technology trends in plasma AM powder processing
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Advanced Manufacturing Research Instituite
Mr. Hirotomo Itagaki
The basic technologies in Resin 3D Printing.
Japan Industrial 3D Printing Technology Association
Mr. Kiyoshi Yamaguchi
Latest Trend in 3D Printing Business and Technologies from US and Europe
Japan 3D Printing Industrial Technology Association
Mr. Hideaki Oba