The BioScaffolder 3.2 get's your cells in shape! The instrument prints a lot of bioinks and meltable polymers. Learn how to evolve your petri dish cell culture into an artificial piece of bone or skin.
Bioprinting relies on very different polymers and bioinks. The 3D bioprinter BS3.2 manages a wide range of very different tools and ensures automatic XYZ alignment for all.
A pipetting unit can be added to BS3.1 for low-volume liquid handling. It applies Nanolitre amounts of low-viscous liquids and prints two-component systems by using the twin-tip on a swivel (Left).
A new insect species? No. Just a CAD data set, printed by the BS31 pneumatic extruder. The instrument software processes STL files to create scaffolds at arbitrary shape.
Melt Electro Writing (MEW) prints miniaturized scaffolds with strut sizes smaller than 30 Micrometers. This is less than a single human strand of hair. The extrusion method requires high voltage > 10 kV.
Struts and capsules: Fluorescence image of cell loaded Alginate capsules after printing with the GeSiM Bioscaffold printer.
BS3.1 prints a medical-grade PCL (120,000 Dalton – supplied by Corbion PURAC) scaffold to reconstruct the shape and volume of a female breast after mastectomy. Tissue is regenerated by injecting patient-derived fat cells into the scaffold pores (see inset). Research project by BellaSeno GmbH Leipzig (D)
The new egg style for breakfast? A thin mesh from PCL 50.000 was printed on a solid support. After detaching the flexible mesh can be moved. It adheres easily to the curved surface of the egg.
Greetings from the plant kingdom: Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Algae cells) peaceful coexists with human cells printed into an alginate/hydrogel scaffold.
Technische Universität Dresden
Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research
Artificial tissue from the inkjet: A GeSiM piezoelectric microdispenser generates microdrops of bioink. The bioink formulation was developed by...
IGB - Institute für Grenzflächen- und Bioverfahrenstechnik
June 2017: Laborjournal, issue 6/2017, introduces to the field of 3D printing in regenerative medicine.
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