FineLine Prototyping to Present at Medical Prototyping Conference

FineLine Prototyping is pleased to be exhibiting, sponsoring, and presenting at Medical Design’s first ever Medical Prototyping Conference (MPC).  The conference will be held in Minneapolis, home to many medical device companies, September 7-8, 2011.  Unlike other prototyping conferences, MPC will focus exclusively on the medical device industry.  FineLine Prototyping is a rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing service organization specializing in high-accuracy, high-resolution parts for the medical device industry.

Modeled after the successful two-day Medical Silicone Conference events, MPC will feature presentations by leading industry experts, including FineLine Co-Founder and President Rob Connelly, who will present on stereolithography as a means to reduce product development time.  “The many possible uses of stereolithography for medical applications have proven effective for reducing product development time, saving costs, and increasing quality,” said Connelly.  “Some applications just are not possible without the use of additive manufacturing.”

Other presentation topics scheduled for the conference include selective laser sintering, 3D printing, rapid injection molding, and other topics specific to medical device OEMs.  Keynote sessions will address the significance of prototyping in the medical device industry, particularly in light of market forces.

Founded in 2001, FineLine Prototyping, Inc. services the US's medical device product development community with precision stereolithography technology.  FineLine pioneered the use of high-resolution stereolithography, and helped develop it into a mainstream tool, used by product development professionals around the globe.

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