President

Mgr inż. Bartłomiej Wysocki

Specializes in 3D printing using Selective Laser Melting (SLM) method of implants with the use of powder materials. He is the author of numerous patent applications and scientific articles regarding the improvement of 3D printing technology of powder materials as well as the forming of coatings on scaffolds for tissue cultivation.

 

Kontakt:
Email: bartlomiej.wysocki@materialscare.eu
LinkedIn: Professional career
Researchgate: Scientific publications

3D printing specialist

Mgr inż. Karol Szlązak

Deals with imaging and data analysis of x-ray computer tomography of metals and polymers. He also prepares data from computer tomography, obtained by doctors, which is used for implants modeling.

 

Kontakt:
Email: karol.szlazak@materialscare.eu

ResearchGate: Scientific publications

Material characterization specialist

Dr Ida Dulińska-Molak

Deals with the synthesis and characterization of polyurethanes and composite scaffolds used in bone tissue engineering. In addition, she has extensive experience in studying cell mechanics using force spectroscopy.

 

Kontakt:

Email: ida.dulinska@materialscare.eu

LinkedIn: Professional career

ResearchGate: Scientific publications

3D modeling specialist

Mgr inż. Agnieszka Chmielewska

She is responsible for designing personalized implants and medical instruments, in connection with completed post-graduate studies in modern design methods using advanced CAD/CAM/CAE techniques. She also deals with the development of printing parameters for nickel and titanium superalloys, as well as microstructure analysis and light and scanning microscopy.

 

Kontakt:

Email: agnieszka.chmielewska@materialscare.eu

ResearchGate: Scientific publications

3D printing training specialist

Mgr inż. Tomasz Majda

A Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering graduate. He is responsible for modeling in CAD software, material characterization of polymer and metallic prints, as well as chemical post-processing. On a daily basis he is closely associated with Instytut Wyobraźni (the Institute of Imagination) where he conducts training in 3D printing.

 

Kontakt:

Email: tomasz.majda@materialscare.eu

ResearchGate: Scientific publications

Trainee - 3D printing of metals

Inż. Łukasz Żrodowski

Manufactures highly non-equilibrium materials such as metallic glass using Selective Laser Melting (SLM) method. He tests the effect of laser scanning strategies on the amount of the amorphous phase in a melted Fe-Si-B-Cr-C powder with low glass-forming ability. He participates in the development of post-process methods of elements produced by 3D printing.

 

Kontakt:

Email: lukasz.zrodowski@materialscare.eu

LinkedIn: Professional career

ResearchGate: Scientific publications

Trainee - Cellular research

Nina Kraszewska

Conducts cell research on new implant materials manufactured by 3D printing off metals and polymers.

 

Kontakt:

Email: nina.kraszewska@materialscare.eu

Trainee - Post-processing

Inż. Karolina Liżewska

A graduate student at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology.

At MaterialsCare, she mainly deals with post processing of elements produced with the use of 3D printing technology. She runs a company’s website.

Trainee - Post-processing

Inż. Karolina Bogdanowicz

A graduate student at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology.

She deals with post processing of elements produced with the use of 3D printing technology and preparation of samples for metallographic research.

Trainee - Material characterization

Inż. Anna Czajka

A graduate of 1st degree studies at the Faculty of Chemical Technology, a student of Materials Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology.

She deals with the characterization of polymeric materials produced with the use of 3D printing technology.

Trainee - 3D design

Weronika Soja

Mechatronics student at the Military University of Technology.

At MateralsCare she deals with CAD modeling, tomographic data processing and implant desin. She is constantly expanding her knowledge of 3D printing technology and 3D bioprinting.

Trainee - 3D design

Inż. Paweł Pacek

He makes three-dimensional models based on medical imaging.

He prepares “tailored” bone substitute implants and properly fitting mounts based on medical documentation with the use of CAD modeling software. He is interested in the use of 3D printing in various branches of industry and medicine.