October 13-15, 2021 / Hall 5, KINTEX 1

October 13-15, 2021 / SEOUL

AGENGA

Manufacturing & Innovation    |    Medical

일정표 다운로드(국문) 일정표 다운로드(영문)

Manufacturing & Innovation

AM 10:25 - AM 10:30
Opening (Manufacturing & Innovation)

AM 10:30 - AM 11:00
[Keynote] Manufacturing & Innovation

3D Printing technology for mass production - Accelerating into the Additive Manufacturing 2.0 era

As the COVID-19 limited movement by country, manufacturers experienced supply chain and shortage issues of raw materials and other supplies on time.
As a result, companies are predicting that additive manufacturing technology will quickly become a key component of their on-shoring strategy and digital production.
They realized that additive manufacturing provides complete flexibility in when, where, and how to produce parts. In the post-corona and 4th industrial revolution, the expansion of the on-demand production business model with 3D printing will not only disrupt customer demand for parts but also simplify supply chains.



At this conference, we propose Stratasys' innovative digital additive manufacturing solution that goes beyond prototyping and accelerating to the 2.0 era of additive manufacturing. We would like to introduce SAF technology, which enables the manufacture of small and medium-sized end-use parts, and P3 technology, which enables the manufacture of highly accurate parts.

Speaker

문종윤

지사장
Stratasys

AM 11:00 - AM 11:30
Manufacturing & Innovation

Manufacturing process innovation through design for additive manufacturing (DfAM)

Speaker

한국현

사장
삼영기계

AM 11:30 - PM 12:00
Manufacturing & Innovation

Application & Improvement of 3D Printing for Future Manufacturing Competitiveness

Speaker

박인백

책임연구원
LG전자

PM 12:00 - PM 13:30
Lunch Break

PM 13:30 - PM 14:00
Manufacturing & Innovation

Additive Manufacturing Application Study for Korean Launcher Development

Additive Manufacturing technology application study to the domestic space launcher is being conducted at KARI.
For the past three years, research and tests have been conducted to evaluate the possibility of replacing five important parts of the existing space launch vehicle, and two valves and thrusters for small launch vehicles have also been developed.
In addition, we would like to introduce the development status of propellant tanks, combustors, etc.

Speaker

김진원

박사
한국항공우주연구원 (KARI)

PM 14:00 - PM 14:30
Manufacturing & Innovation

The real practice of Digital Manufacturing of Metal 3D Printing - Die casting insert in Automotive (Collaboration : EOS, KIA Motors, Siemens and Partners Lab)

Speaker

김승균

부장
EOS

PM 14:30 - PM 15:00
Manufacturing & Innovation

Automotive parts production using 3D printing technology

Speaker

조신후

책임연구원
현대자동차

PM 15:00 - PM 15:30
Coffee Break

PM 15:30 - PM 16:00
Manufacturing & Innovation

3D Printing Parts Application Situation & Airworthiness Certification in the Aircraft Industry

3D Printing Process has positive merits in the aircraft industry that weight saving and integration of part as well as cost reduction because it is a few of loss of raw material by high BTF(Buy-to-Fly) ratio and part optimization. KAI applied 3D printing parts manufactured by FDM(Fused Deposition Modeling) and L-PBF(Laser-Powder Bed Fusion) to the aircraft and will expand 3D printing parts application in variable KAI projects such as next generation aircraft, UAM,
satellite. etc. To apply 3D printing parts to variable aircraft industry, 3D printing processes and parts shall be satisfied with airworthiness certification standard. This presentation explain 3D printing parts application situation & airworthiness certification standard in the aircraft industry and suggest industrial activation method and future directionality.

Speaker

박주영

선임연구원
한국항공우주산업 (KAI)

PM 16:00 - PM 16:30
Manufacturing & Innovation

HP’s Strategy for Production 3D Printing

Speaker

Mitchell Beness

GTM Manager
HP

PM 16:30 - PM 17:00
Manufacturing & Innovation

Industrial and digital dental application of photo-curable 3D printing nanocomposite technology

In this session, we are going to talk about cases where photocurable 3D printing technology and materials are being applied in the dental field. Regarding the reason why the existing photocurable 3D printing material is not widely used in the real dental industry. And, through the development of new materials that overcome these limitations, application cases that are leading the digitalization of practical dental materials and the characteristics of materials are explained and future possibilities are discussed. In addition, we would like to discuss the industrial application of 3D printing materials of nanocomposite technology.

Speaker

김훈

책임연구원
그래피

Medical

AM 10:25 - AM 10:30
Opening (Medical)

AM 10:30 - AM 11:00
[Keynote] Medical

Clinical Applications of 3D Technology in Plastic & Reconstructive Surger

Speaker

최종우

교수
서울아산병원

AM 11:00 - AM 11:30
Medical

The application of 3D-printing in orthopedic oncology: Present and Future

Speaker

박종웅

교수
국립암센터

AM 11:30 - PM 12:00
Medical

Predicting 4D Printing Factors based on Design of Experiment (DOE) and Machine Learning with Small Data

Speaker

윤용진

교수
KAIST

PM 12:00 - PM 13:30
Lunch Break

PM 13:30 - PM 14:00
Medical

3D Bioprinting for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

The process of three-dimensional (3D) printing uses computer-created digital models to create real-world objects. The 3D printers can create objects with a desired shape by stacking materials through a layer-by-layer process by which everything from simple shaped structures to more complex objects such as facial bone can be fabricated. This talk will present a new 3D printing system and process designed for tissue engineering applications.

Speaker

김인호

박사
티앤알바이오팹

PM 14:00 - PM 14:30
Medical

Clinical applications and industry status in medical 3D printing

Speaker

김국배

대표
애니메디솔루션

PM 14:30 - PM 15:00
Medical

Customized Medical Device Design Based on Medical Image

Medical images acquired from devices such as CT, MRI, OCT, Ultrasound, and PET/CT are being used to treat patients with diagnostic/procedural/surgical methods in clinical settings.
If you want to manufacture a customized medical device by measuring the location, size, shape, volume, etc. of different diseases by using two-dimensional medical image data, you need to create 3D modeling and design data through a three-dimensional reconstruction method.

Recently, 3D printing technology has been applied to medical care and a physical model that reflects different anatomy for each patient is created to plan a procedure/surgical method (surgery simulation) while touching the actual human tissue, or a customized medical device by creating an implant/surgical guidance. Cases of application are expanding. This 3D printing customized medical device design and manufacturing process will be explained by the medical image-based 3D modeling technology that should be considered, and the procedure for collaboration/confirmation will be introduced to prevent inaccurate 3D printing production due to the lack of communication with medical personnel.

Speaker

서안나

대표
시안솔루션

PM 15:30 - PM 16:00
Medical

Application of 3D Printing in treatment of cardiovascular disease

Speaker

강준규

교수
은평성모병원

PM 16:00 - PM 16:30
Medical

Clinical Application 3D Printing in Urology

Speaker

경윤수

교수
서울아산병원