RSNA Webinar Will Highlight Considerations for 3D Printed Patient-Contacting Materials
Attendees will learn about the issues surrounding biocompatibility
The RSNA 3D Printing Special Interest Group (SIG) will host a webinar exploring issues affecting 3D printed materials. This free, hour-long webinar will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 11 a.m. (CT). Registration is required.
The webinar will discuss the issues surrounding biocompatibility of 3D printed materials and sterilization of end-use parts. Presenters will share considerations relating to parts used in surgery, testing and beyond. Following the presentation, the speakers will be available for questions.
Speaking will be:
- Amy Alexander, Unit Head, Biomechanical Development & Applied Computational Engineering, Mayo Clinic Division of Engineering
- Kim Torluemke, KT Regulatory Consulting, LLC
For More Information
Learn more about the RSNA 3D SIG.
Search for 3D printing-related education content at the RSNA Online Learning Center.
Read previous RSNA News articles on 3D printing:
- Defining Radiology’s Role in the 3D Printing Explosion
- 3D Printed Models Add Colorful New Dimension to Complex Surgery