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Biomedical President Severine Zygmont to Present at 2017 Design of Medical Devices Conference
April 10th, 2017
South Windsor, CT, April 10, 2017 - Oxford Performance Materials, Inc. (OPM), a leader in advanced materials science and high performance additive manufacturing (HPAM™), today announced that Severine Zygmont, President of OPM Biomedical, will present at the 2017 Design of Medical Devices Conference on Wednesday, April 12th, during the 3D Printing session taking place from 10:30 – 12:00 CST in the Meridian Ballroom 4 at The Commons Hotel in Minneapolis.
Zygmont’s presentation titled, "OsteoFab® Implant Technology: How 3D Printing Helps Surgeons Rebuild the Human Body” will provide insight into how OPM’s OsteoFab technology is not only improving patient outcomes, but also fundamentally improving the economics of orthopedics on a global scale for developed and developing countries.
OPM Biomedical is a pioneer in personalized medicine, 3D printing OsteoFab® cranial and facial implants as an OEM, and its SpineFab® line on a contract manufacturing basis. OPM Biomedical is the first and only company to receive FDA 510(k) clearance to manufacture 3D printed patient-specific polymeric implants, and has a total of four 510(k) clearances in its portfolio. These are disruptive changes that could allow the industry to provide the finest levels of healthcare to more people at lower cost.
3D Printing Session Overview
Wednesday, April 12, 10:30-12:00 CST, Meridian Ballroom 4, The Commons Hotel
Organizer: Derek Mathers, Director, Advanced Applications Development, Worrell
"OsteoFab® Implant Technology: How 3D Printing Helps Surgeons Rebuild the Human Body"
Severine Valdant Zygmont, President, OPM Biomedical
"Metamodernism: A Design Theory for 3D Printed Medical Devices"
Leslie Oliver Karpas, CEO, metamason
"Using CLIP Technology to Reinvent Possibilities in Manufacturing Medical Devices"
Elle Meyer, Director of Life Sciences, Carbon
"Design and Materials in the Age of Generative Design and AI"
Francis Bitonti, President, Studio Bitonti
About Oxford Performance Materials, Inc.
A recognized leader in advanced materials science, Oxford Performance Materials Inc. (OPM) was founded in 2000 to exploit and commercialize the world’s highest performing thermoplastics, with a focus on poly-ether-ketone-ketone (PEKK). OPM develops proprietary material, process and application technologies and applies high performance additive manufacturing (HPAM™) to produce fully functional end-use structural parts. The Company has three strategic business units: OPM Materials develops proprietary OXPEKK® thermoplastic products and other materials for biomedical, aerospace and industrial applications. OPM Biomedical is a pioneer in personalized medicine, 3D printing OsteoFab® cranial and facial implants as an OEM, and its SpineFab® line on a contract manufacturing basis. OPM Biomedical is the first and only company to receive FDA 510(k) clearance to manufacture 3D printed patient-specific polymeric implants, and has a total of four 510(k) clearances in its portfolio. OPM Aerospace & Industrial produces 3D printed OXFAB® production parts for highly demanding aerospace, satellite and defense applications. OXFAB® structures offer significant weight, cost and time-to-market reductions that are defined in a set of specified performance attributes in the exhaustive OPM B-Basis database, developed in conjunction with NASA. For more information, please visit: www.oxfordpm.com
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