Researchers from the University of Toronto (UOT) have developed an open-source, low-cost 3D bioprinter for constructing complex vascular tissue structures. With this custom bioprinter, the UOT researchers conducted a study seeking to resolve a concern within tissue engineering which derives from the poor development of vasculature – the arrangement of blood vessels in an organ […]
Während 3D-Bioprinting noch nicht in der Lage ist, vollständige menschliche Organe herzustellen, kann es zur Herstellung verschiedener Arten von menschlichem Gewebe wie Herz und Gallengang verwendet werden. Eine der Haupthindernisse bei der Bildung lebensfähiger Gewebe für den klinischen und wissenschaftlichen Gebrauch ist die Entwicklung von Vaskulatur für künstlich hergestellte Gewebekonstrukte, hauptsächlich durch die Erzeugung von [...]
Der Beitrag Forscher entwickeln kostengünstigen Open-Source-3D-Bioprinter erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.
In this edition of Sliced 3D printing is deemed a “transformative technology” for heart disease and race car driving; researchers introduce a handheld skin printer; and we tip our hats to the latest applications from around the world. Featured stories include CRP Technology, SABIC, the Washington University School of Medicine, 3Dlife, Adaptiiv, Moog, Sony and much more. […]
3D printer manufacturer Stratasys has unveiled BioMimics, a range of highly realistic 3D printed medical models. Launched at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) exhibition, the BioMimics portfolio includes 3D printed bones, spines and hearts for medical research and training. More clinically accurate than mannequins and cadavers BioMimics models are 3D printed with Stratasys PolyJet […]
Disney Research has developed a method to bring animated characters into the physical world. The researchers used 3D printing to create a number objects which were animated by mechanized cables and joints. To demonstrate the technique, the research created a puppet-like character, an animatronic hand and a gripper. Titled ‘Designing Cable-Driven Actuation Networks for Kinematic […]
(3Ders.org) — The PrintAlive Bioprinter was a working prototype only a few months ago, but it has now moved to the preclinical trials phase of the medical adoption process. If all goes well, the first trials on patients wll begin within the next two years. It has been adopted for trials by University of Toronto… View Article