My lab just received our CELLINK BIO X. I'm excited to start using it. Anyone else have this printer?
I am wondering if the gcode command G92 Ennn does anything when using a pneumatic 3D printer. My understanding is that it supplies the filament when fed mechanically, but since my material is pushed through using a preset air pressure (not controlled through the gocode).
Hi everyone, as a part of my degree project, I'm using a Bioprinter to print PCL. I have to clean the cartridge, so to change material to print, but I'm having some issues.. I extruded all the material once finished printing, then put the cartridge on acetone, but there's some pcl on the walls of the cartridge, which I managed to remove but now is on the bottom.
Hello everyone,I am a biology student and want to create a bacterial 3D printer (using engineered bacteria that produce biomaterials but need to better understand a 3D printer user profile. could you please fill out a 3 minute (literally!) survey to help me- enormously? https://goo.gl/forms/g5g8tz9FORfhskdQ2
Hi all, I am currently starting a project in the biomedical field with the 3D printing technology. As everyone knows, the medical field is highly regulated!
hi everyone! I am wondering about what methods could be used in order to create a CO2 sensoring system inside a bioprinter. Thanks!
Hi! Im wondering about the different methods for Sterilization within a 3D bioprinter. I was thinking about using uv light for Sterilization, in a wavelength between 255nm and 280nm, but I'm not sure about the LED size or power. if you have any other ideas about how I can sterilize the environment without harming the cells, I'll really appreciate it.
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Now that 3D printing has made it easier to generate custom-made prosthetics, bioengineers are looking ahead at manufacturing actual cellular material. Such technology could be the basis for personalized biomedical devices; tissue-engineered skin, cartilage, and bone; or even working bladders.
Using a sophisticated, custom-designed 3D printer, regenerative medicine scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have proved that it is feasible to print living tissue structures to replace injured or diseased tissue in patients.Reporting in Nature Biotechnology, the scientists said they printed ear, bone and muscle structures.When implanted in animals, the structures matured into functio
I thought this one was worthy of notice: 3D Printed Casts with Ultrasound. Just an FYI.
Blood vessels are vital parts of the body's circulatory system that supply the organs with nutrients and remove waste. Scientists have developed artificial tissue from the heart, liver and lungs, but creating a synthetic network of blood vessels to support these organs has been a challenge.
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hey there,can you tell me which kind of printer should i use in order to print a composite powder for biomedical applications? SLS or FDM?
I am writing my master thesis on DRUG 3D printing. I've found many interesting articles but now I would like to hear from field experts what do they think about drug 3d printing: which drugs would be printed, how healthcare would change, where do we locate the printers (hospitals, pharmacies, home?).
Hello!I am currently working on a project that involves 3D printing in the context of medical devices. So here's my question: are there any 3D printing materials that are both flexible and biocompatible?Thanks in advance for any answers!