We are very happy to announce that we will be showcasing Sutrue at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity this June. As one of only seven exhibitors to be invited to this world class event, it’s a great opportunity for us to demonstrate all the Sutrue devices to date. This includes the latest version of the Endo and various handheld devices.
(Images from left to right: the components of the endoscopic head, the small handheld device and an illustrative 3D printed heart and brain).
We will certainly be in good company in Cannes. The other companies who are exhibiting include IBM, Google, Twitter, Validic, Annalect and iVenturesHealth.
Mr Richard Trimlett and Alex Berry will once again take to the stage as part of the Association of Industrial Laser Users event at Cranfield University, Bedfordshire. The event will focus on Laser Additive Manufacturing (AM) and will include 3D printer manufacturers, materials experts and academics. A tour of the Cranfield AM facility will also take place.
Alex and Mr Trimlett will give an overview of Integrating 3D printed materials in medical device prototyping. They will describe our automatic Suturing device and how 3D printing has enabled its development. They will also provide insight into how laser sintering has provided some of our highest precision components.
Check out the links below for more information.
We’ve just received some more fantastic media coverage! The kind folks at Product Design and Development Magazine featured Sutrue in their Jan/Feb edition. We’d like to say a big thank you to Kaylie Duffy for putting our story out there.
Click on the image to read the article (Pages 22/23).
Transporting a 3D printer on a busy train can lead to more than you might imagine!
As luck would have it Alex Berry met Rose Brooke, Editor of ‘European Plastic Processors’ Magazine, on a chance encounter on a train into London. Intrigued about what Alex was carrying, Rose asked him for some more information. Alex explained the fascinating story of Sutrue to her, which resulted in Rose writing this great article below! Click the image to discover more.
In 2015 3D printing was in the news more than ever before and it has become one of the hottest technology topics around. We have saved millions of pounds by using 3D printing to produce prototypes of our suturing device and we were delighted when Lara Lewington from the BBC picked up on our story.
If you would like to watch us on BBC click or read our feature on the BBC website, then click the news pieces below. You can learn all about our story so far, how we’ve used crowd funding to cover patent costs and our use of rapid prototyping with 3D printing to make huge cost savings.