3d Med Australia 2018 – Supporters
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@3dMedLab recognises the generous support of our partners in bringing this year’s Australian 3D Medical Symposium. Running this event, especially at such a low cost to attendees, would not be possible without them.
Corporate sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please see our Sponsorship Prospectus or Contact Us for details.
As Victoria’s local bank, Bank of Melbourne has 106 branches spread out throughout the state staffed by locals. As the only bank born of this city, they are passionate about the State of Victoria — a state of makers, creators and doers. Whatever it is you want to make, Bank of Melbourne wants to help you make it.
Gore Medical is a technology-driven global company built on entrepreneurial innovation, integrity, and teamwork. Through its product leadership, Gore Medical been changing lives and changing industries, for more than 50 years. Gore devices include vascular grafts, endovascular and interventional devices, surgical meshes, sutures, and staple line reinforcement materials and they are a world leader in membrane technology and biomaterials.
Founded in 1904 in Getinge, Sweden the Getinge Group has more than 10,000 employees in 40 countries. As a leading medtech company Getinge provides services from architectural planning to operating room integration, surgical equipment to advanced implantable technologies. Getinge is a leading global provider of products and systems that contribute to quality enhancement and cost efficiency within healthcare and life sciences.
As the Official Australian Distributor for FormLabs, Thinglab is dedicated to 3D design technologies such as, 3D Scanning, 3D Modelling, 3D Printing and creative services. Thinglab provides technology sales, services, support and advice for design technologies.
When Materialise was founded in 1990, our goal was to enable new uses for the extraordinary potential that 3D printing offers. Since then, we have leveraged our experience to create a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form a backbone for the 3D printing industry.
Konica Minolta partners with the inventors of 3D Printing, 3D Systems, to bring unparalleled manufacturing flexibility to the Australian market.
We also thank our institutional partners: