3D Printed Orthotics and Prosthetics
Jonathan Borduas founded Shapeshift 3D in 2019 to focus on bridging the gap between 3D Scanning and 3D printing technologies. A pioneer in the additive manufacturing revolution, Jonathan commercialized one of the first 3D-printed knee braces across North America in his first venture with Canadian-based orthotics company, Osskin. Through the Shapeshift 3D patented technology, Jonathan is determined to find new ways to approach custom-fit and to open the door to mass customization.
Jeffrey graduated from the University of British Columbia from the Engineering Physics program.
He then went on to work in manufacturing; working as a CNC programmer/operator for a year and a half. From there, he graduated to Vorum. Jeffrey has worked in the O&P industry just over 20 years, doing support and sales activities, and has recently (5yrs ago) settled into R&D.
Jeffrey has a passion for innovation and currently spends most of his time some way or another playing with 3D printers.
Dr. Jenny Chen
Dr. Jenny Chen is trained as a neuroradiologist, founder/CEO of 3DHEALS. Her main interests include medical education, 3D printing in the healthcare sector, and artificial intelligence. She is also a current adjunct clinical faculty in the radiology department at Stanford Healthcare.
Hargurdeep (Deep) Singh
Hargurdeep (Deep) Singh has 10+ years of experience in the Additive Manufacturing industry and has held various positions in research & development, engineering services, and management. He focuses on helping manufacturing companies take advantage of the latest digital manufacturing and industry 4.0 technologies.
Deep has worked with numerous customers in a variety of industries to digitalize its operations. He is currently a Vice President of Advanced Manufacturing at CAD MicroSolutions Inc (Canada’s largest industry 4.0 value-added integrator) and a globally recognized thought leader in the Additive Manufacturing ecosystem.
Before joining CAD MicroSolutions, Deep’s work in Additive Manufacturing / 3d printing has resulted in award-winning research and design. He is the recipient of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce Young Achiever Award; Brampton Board of Trades Top 40 under 40 Award; the ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D (IAM3D™) Global Challenge winner; OACETT Publication Award; valedictorian of Sheridan Mechanical Engineering studies; and has been featured in various magazines and media articles for his innovative projects.
Samer has a background that merges design, clinical care, and business development of medical devices. With an undergrad in Mechanical Engineering, a Masters of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics and currently pursuing an MBA, he has transitioned from everyday clinical care as a CPO to working as a product manager with different medical device manufacturers. From adjustable prosthetic sockets with LIM Innovations to innovative off-the-shelf knee and spine devices with Breg and the latest venture with HP, Arize Orthotics which is a fully developed end-to-end solution for custom orthotics.
Samer has been in the O&P industry for 10 years and his main passion is finding the right bridge between new technology and clinical pain points in a way that both businesses can strive.
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