Interview about bone regeneration by 3D printing

Interview about bone regeneration by 3D printing Main objective of the European H2020 project FAST is the development of a 3D printing platform for bone scaffolds. The new and innovative aspect is the application of gradient fillers and surface activation/ treatment by plasma during the printing process. On top, the polymer composition can vary during [...]

Oktober 16th, 2019|

Melt Electro Writing of PCL/ Milk Protein Blends

Melt Electro Writing of PCL/ Milk Protein Blends Customers at University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ, conducted a study to print PCL/ Milk Protein blends using the Melt Electro Writing module of the GeSiM BioScaffold printer BS3.1. Milk proteins are supposed to increase the biological functionality of PCL. Background of this work: Demand for skin replacements [...]

August 30th, 2019|

Production Scale Bioprinting

Production Scale Bioprinting April 2019: GeSiM successfully launched bioprinter "BioScaffolder BS5" series, extending the capabilities of BS3.2. BS5 instruments are based on linear motor drives and operate up to two HT-extruders with gradient print head on the nozzle adapters. A varying mixing ratio of two different polymers across one layer allows to mimick artifical bones. [...]

April 16th, 2019|

Melt Electrowriting with BioScaffold Printer

Melt Electrowriting with BioScaffold Printer Our customers at Monash University (AUS) successfully combined 3D printing of cell containing bioinks withs melt electro spun PolyCaproLactone Meshes. For the future therapy of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) for womans they discovered eMSC cells in the endometrial lining of the uterus and and demonstrated their reparative capacity in tissue engineered [...]

August 19th, 2018|