Conversation with experts in the field, an orthopaedic surgeon and a 3M abrasives specialist
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11:00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. EDT / 04:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m. BST
Robotic technologies are part of the orthopaedic implant manufacturing process. They allow manufacturers to increase their production rate while achieving essential quality levels in the manufacture of medical implants.
Using the example of a knee implant, AV&R and its guests will discuss the level of quality expected by orthopaedic surgeons when using an implant. This webinar will explore how robotic systems help implant manufacturers meet production requirements in terms of surface finishing.
JD Hass, Application Specialist – Robotic Abrasive Solutions at 3M, and Dr Michael H. Weber, Spine Surgeon at Montreal General Hospital, will join AV&R’s team to answer these questions.
Moderator: Michael Muldoon, Product Development Director (AV&R)
- David Mailhot, Development Team Manager (AV&R)
- JD Hass, Application Specialist – Robotic Abrasive Solutions (3M)
- Dr Michael H. Weber, MD, MSc, PhD, FRCSC, Spine Surgeon (Montreal General Hospital) and Associate Professor (McGill University)
Learn more about our guests:
JD Hass is a robotic-abrasive application specialist with 3M. He supports customers and integrators in developing and maintaining their robotic-abrasive processes. He focuses on casting and forging applications which include orthopaedic and aerospace parts as well as hand tools, automotive components, builders hardware and numerous others.
More information on 3M.
Dr Michael H. Weber, MD, MSc, PhD, FRCSC, is an Assistant Professor at the McGill University’s Department of Surgery and Spine Surgeon at Montreal General Hospital. His clinical interests are complex & minimally invasive spine surgery. More information.