3D printing applications for healthcare are rapidly expanding. The use of visual, functional, and diagnostic models is reshaping how surgeons plan for complex procedures, speeding up the medical device process for manufacturers, and expanded training and simulation methods.
Stratasys recently announced the release of the RadioMatrix, a new material that allows users to easily customize models to look like real tissues under x-ray and CT imaging modalities. This new capability enables medical applications and procedures to be performed like never before.
Join us for this 45-minute webinar and Q&A session as we introduce RadioMatrix.
- Ido Bitan, Stratasys, Product Manager
Ido Bitan is a Product Manager in Stratasys’s Medical Solutions Department. Mr. Bitan received a Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering from Beer Sheva University in Israel. Mr. Bitan began his career at a start-up company, where he worked as part of the Research and Development team to develop new cancer-detecting equipment that assists surgeons in the operating room.
Mr. Bitan has helped establish Stratasys’s adaption to the medical industry, leading the development of the Digital Anatomy Printer, Digital Anatomy Creator, and many more of the accompanying materials and software features. The Medical Department at Stratasys continues to push the boundaries of technology to improve patient care worldwide, and Mr. Bitan is passionate about improving the healthcare system to ensure better outcomes for any patient.
Date and Time
Thursday, August 4, 2022
11:00 AM ET