Revolutionizing Pet Care: 3D Technologies, 3D Printing

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3D printing is still not accessible for most veterinarians, but a quiet shift is taking place. This shift results from a cultural change in how we cohabit and care for our animals. This event will feature a stellar lineup of speakers from all over the world with deep clinical, technical, entrepreneur, and business insights into how 3D printing can improve existing animal care. Unlike the AI-generated photo below, elevating veterinarian care with 3D technologies/3D printing is now a reality (see pictures below by speakers). From anatomical 3D models to implants, the speakers bring concrete examples, along with the challenges they faced, to our audience. This event is an unmissable opportunity for professionals and enthusiasts to witness the intersection of technology and veterinary care. Dr. Zsolt Pásztor, a leader in titanium 3D printing, will moderate the event. Register now, connect with the experts, and be part of a community shaping the future of animal care through innovation and technology.



Yu-Hui Huang

Formally trained in Biomedical Visualization and Clinical Anaplastology, I am completing my Radiology residency with the Nuclear Medicine pathway followed by Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Minnesota. I am also an adjunct faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate Biomedical Visualization Program, where I teach 3D Printing with Data Segmentation for Medicine and Pathophysiology for Biomedical Visualization. I seek to combine art, medicine and technology, specifically medical imaging and 3D printing, to improve patient care and outcome.

Dr. Kalman Czeibert

Dr. Kalman Czeibert

He started his work as a clinician veterinarian in a small animal hospital. In 2012, he joined the Department of Anatomy and Histology at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest, to teach veterinary anatomy. In 2016, he became a research member of the Senior Family Dog Project at the ‘ELTE’ Eotvos Lorand University, which investigated canine cognitive dysfunction with an international ERC group. He successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis on canine neuroanatomy and 3D modeling, and due to his interest in these topics, he coordinates the Canine Brain and Tissue Bank and regularly assists in small animal brain surgeries. Currently, he is working at LimesVet Ltd. to create custom-made veterinary equipment and integrate anatomical 3D visualization and medical 3D printing into the routine clinical, research and educational life.

Johnny Uday

I am a Veterinary Medicine Doctor with a skill set in designing and fabricating 3D-printed medical devices, specializing mainly in areas such as Traumatology, Oncology, Neurosurgery, and Maxillofacial surgery. With a holistic approach, I bring virtual planning techniques to both animal and human healthcare scenarios.

Alexander Tholl

Alex is the co-founder and CEO of 3DPets based in Bloomingdale, NJ. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson University with a degree in Industrial Design, a medical design concentration, and a business minor. He and his partner, Adam Hecht, developed a repeatable solution for designing and building full-limb replacement prostheses for canines that utilize 3D scanning, 3D printing, and custom software. These combined technologies have allowed them to expand into wheelchairs and bracing and even develop devices for birds and elephants.

Andrew Worth

Andrew graduated from Massey University in 1990 and has worked in both Australia, the UK and NZ as a small animal veterinarian. After completeing a residency in small animal surgery at the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, he became a Fellow of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in 2006. In 2015 he completed his PhD on hip dysplasia and lumbosacral disease in Police Dogs. He is currently an Associate Professor and Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery at the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. His current research interests include working dog orthopaedic disease, lumbosacral degeneration and biomaterials for surgery including the use of 3D printed implants.


Dr. Zsolt Pásztor

Zsolt Pásztor

Zsolt is a 3D printing passionate specialised in titanium 3D Printing and surface treatment. Zsolt is co-founder and Managing Director of PREMET, a 3D Printing focused innovative medical device producer. It is specialised in the manufacturing of dental products, and custom-made human and veterinary implants. PREMET puts a high emphasis on R&D. It has been involved in several international projects, covering all steps of the production and including both tests and simulations. PREMET has ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certifications resulting that veterinary implants are also produced in the quality of human ones. In addition to his professional activity Zsolt plays a leading role in different organisation. He is a Community Manager at 3DHEALS, co-founder and Vice-President of the Hungarian Additive Technology Association, and Leader of the “3D Printing in the Health Sector” working group of MediKlaszter, an accredited Med Tech cluster. In MediKlaszter he also acts as Director of International Relations. Zsolt also has a sound experience in the preparation and implementation of international R&D and capacity building.


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