Northeast Ohio’s Only Comprehensive Design and Manufacturing Event
The Advanced Design and Manufacturing (ADM) Cleveland will deliver the full spectrum of advanced design and manufacturing technology under one roof. Built to give engineers and executives access to the latest solutions at any point in the product development process, it will offer cutting-edge technologies, networking events, and educational opportunities within robotics, automation, plastics, packaging, and design technology — as well as within key industry verticals such as automotive, medtech, and aerospace.
BioOhio members are eligible for a 10% exhibitor discount. Please contact Jen Goldsberry for details.
The ADM Cleveland Conference, running alongside the expo, offers in-depth, expert-led education on need-to-know industry topics – all for free. BioOhio is proud to present two track sessions during ADM:
March 7, 10AM – 11AM
1) Manufacturing Quality Systems in the Medical Field
Join a panel of subject matter experts on Quality Management Systems as they examine the opportunities available through ISO 13485 certification. This session is perfect for anyone interested in the design, production, installation, and servicing of medical devices and related services. The panel will drill-down on:
- The latest ISO 13485 version’s emphasis on risk management and risk-based decision making
- Benefits of ISO 13485 certification in terms of increased access to markets worldwide
- How certification can increase efficiency, cut costs, and improve supply chain performance
- Does certification really demonstrate that you produce safer and more effective medical devices?
- How can certification help you meet regulatory requirements and customer expectation?
- Leveraging certification to refine and improve processes across your organization
March 8, 10AM – 11AM
Building the Future One Layer at a Time
This session will explore the latest materials and applications in 3D printing medical devices. Join a panel of thought leaders from a variety of medtech specializations as they unpack the leading materials for next-generation 3D-printed devices and survey a myriad of use cases being advanced by OEMs.
- Moderator, Stephanie Harrington, MS, Chief Executive Officer, Matrix Medical Devices
- Jason Ertel, Program Director, Engineering Team, Nottingham Spirk
- Thomas W. Hughes, CEO, FibreTuff Medical Biopolymers LLC
- Pete O’Neill, Executive Director, Cleveland Clinic Innovations