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12 - 15 May 2020

3D printing

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3D printing

Chair:

Lars Jäger

Jüttner Orthopädie KG

Chair:

Axel Sigmund

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

Medizinische Physik

Date/Time:

Fri, 2018/05/18 13:00 - 14:15 export in calendar

Place:

CCO, Room 3

Title Lecture Info Speaker
#1/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

World’s 1st 3D-printed prosthetic feet - ISO-tested & certified up to K4

Abstract: This study aims at proving the mechanical durability of 3D-printed prosthetic feet in various configurations: K3/adults vs. K4/children, everyday vs. water-proof. The goal was achieved by using a combination of ISO 10328:2016 tests up to 1 metric ton and computer-based simulations.

Breuninger, Jannis
#2/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Virtual crash tests for 3D printed prosthetic feet – Validation of an FE simulation of the ISO 10328 test standard

Abstract: Das Projekt bringt Experten aus den Bereichen Biomechanik, Orthopädietechnik, 3D-Druck, Zertifizierung, Validierung und Simulation zusammen. Das Ziel ist es, individuelle Medizinprodukte digital zu prüfen, bevor diese 3D-gedruckt und in kürzester Zeit den Patienten zur Verfügung gestellt werden.

Taubmann, Carolin
#3/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Evidence of structural strength of customised 3D printed orthopaedic devices

Abstract: Der Beitrag beschreibt die bestehenden Herausforderungen bei der Prüfung und Zulassung von individualisierten 3D-gedruckten orthopädischen Hilfsmitteln und schlägt eine Methode der Sicherheitsbewertung auf Basis messtechnisch validierter numerischer Simulationsmethoden vor.

Hochmann, David
#4/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

Create a 3D-printed, custom made AFO with enhanced material properties through the use of carbon fiber tape by utilizing a state of the art hand tool

Abstract: The project aims combining benefits of custom made AFOs with material properties of carbon fiber through utilizing 3D printing technologies together with patient specific 3D data. Further a new fiber tape laying device was developed, which allows orthotists to add carbon fiber struts to bespoke AFOs

Rieth, Clemens
#5/5

Lecture Scientific/Practical

3D printing: custom liners

Abstract: 3D printing has been used in the prosthetic industry to make hands, covers, and test sockets. One area that has been overlooked involves utilizing this technology to fabricate custom liners. The process, benefits, and drawbacks of being able to make custom liners will be described.

Poziembo, Brad