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A selection of recordings of webinars we've presented over recent years is available below.

On Demand Webinars

  • Advancing Vascular Devices Through Innovative Fatigue Testing & Particulate Evaluation

    In this webinar, host Joe Foroughi, Chemistry and Microanalysis Manager at Lucideon, is joined by Dynatek's Director of Global Sales, Kendra Conti. The webinar highlights how various changes in standards have affected the testing landscape for vascular devices and their delivery systems. As OEMs continue to see regulators asking for more data and greater justification in their processes, we look at what the standards are really asking for, and how to best meet the requirements for a variety of devices.

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  • Single Tooth Restorations and Dental Treatments of the Future

    Presented by Anike Bütow, Technology & Strategy Leader at Lucideon, this webinar discusses the challenges and drivers facing the dental industry, with a particular focus on caries.

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  • Wear Testing - Load-Control vs. Displacement-Control

    In the second part of our “What the Standards Don’t Tell You” series, we dig a little deeper into ISO 14243, the wear testing standard for total knee replacements. Not every knee replacement is made equal, nor is every knee system suitable for every patient. How do you know that your design is being tested for its intended application?

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  • Ceramic Forming Techniques

    A wide range of techniques are employed to form ceramic components, with each technique having specific advantages and disadvantages. In this webinar, Richard White and Mike Salt discuss these techniques, and how and why they are chosen, with regards to advanced ceramics.

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  • Cleaning Issues with Additive Manufactured Devices

    While this general topic has been covered in various webinars in the past, here we isolate several key aspects of the problem. The unique porous coated surfaces of new additively manufactured (AM) medical implants have proven to be quite complex and are creating challenges with respect to effective cleaning.

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