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Prosthetists Meet Printers: 
Mainstreaming Open Source 3D-Printed Prosthetics for Underserved Populations
Sunday Sept 28, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore MD. 

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Crowd-sourced collaborative innovation is changing the face of modern medicine. e-NABLE, an online volunteer community of humanitarian technologists is leading the way by designing, building, and disseminating inexpensive 3D-printed prosthetics. 

Come join the e-NABLE organization and thought leaders in medicine, industry and public policy for a ground-breaking, industry-defining event at at Johns Hopkins Hospital that will include the delivery of donated prosthetics to children with upper limb disabilities. 

Help us bring 21st-century technologies, practices, and philosophies to prosthetists, parents, and patients. Help us develop enlightened policy recommendations and strategies in advance of FDA regulatory workshops in October.

Please visit enablingthefuture.org to read about the work we are doing, find open source hand design files to print and peruse the heart warming stories of the children, adults and Veterans who have been gifted these 3D printed hands from a global network of e-NABLE volunteers. 

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Sunday, September 28 • 5:45pm - 6:00pm
Gold Sponsor - Eric de Bruijn - The Importance and Value of Open-Source.

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Erik De Bruijin is the co-founder of Ultimaker and a leader in the 3D printing industry.

Join us to hear his talk on The importance and value of open source design.

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Erik de Bruijn

Co-Founder of Ultimaker, Ultimaker
Erik de Bruijn got his masters degree in Information Management at the University of Tilburg. In the course of his studies he has been implementing the academic teachings into two IT companies, which he co-founded, resulting in dynamic and knowledge intensive companies. The companies almost exclusively profit from use and development of open source software. Erik has a passion for technology, especially technologies that potentially have... Read More →


Sunday September 28, 2014 5:45pm - 6:00pm
Johns Hopkins Hospital The Johns Hopkins Hospital 1800 Orleans St. Baltimore, Maryland 21287