Tagged with " 3D Bioprinter"

First Bioprinted Implantable Organ Ready by Next Year Says 3D Bioprinting Solutions

The first functional “bioficial” thyroid to be implanted in a human being will be completed by 2015 according to a recent release by Skolkovo, Russia based 3D Bioprinting Solutions. The news, which was first reported by the Russia Today online version has been confirmed directly to 3DPI by 3D Bioprinting Solution’s Marketing Manager Julia Smirnova.
“Our team is planning to bioprint the thyroid in March of 2015,” Julia explained.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3D Printing Using Genetically Modified Bacteria and Orange Juice

Biohacking is the next big thing, and while it’s still fairly quiet right now, there’s a grown segment of the maker movement that is talking about it and getting on and doing something.
(…weiter auf makezine.com)

London Biohackspace

London Biohackspace from Alasdair Allan on Vimeo.

Interview with Ilya Levantis from the London Biohackspace about the JuicyPrint—a 3d printer that can be fed with fruit juice and can be used to print out useful shapes made of bacterial cellulose, a strong and exceptionally versatile biopolymer.
(Quelle: Vimeo)

ViscoTec – 3D Druck

Wir stellen 3D-Drucker-Einheiten her, die in verschiedenen Ausführungen für Materialien wie Silikone, UV-Klebstoffe, 2-Komponenten-Klebstoffe aber auch bei Bio-Drucker (Organische Drucker) für organische Zelllösungen eingesetzt werden.
Der Vorteil gegenüber anderen Verfahren ist die einzigartige Kombination von Geschwindigkeit und Genauigkeit (Auflösung). So können wir bei einer Layer-Stärke von 0,2mm je nach Viskosität bis zu 1 ml/Minute drucken. Daneben garantieren wir eine strukturschonende Auftragung der Paste und können auch extrem hohe Viskositäten handhaben.
(…weiter auf viscotec.de)

3D printing ViscoTec

3D printing video that shows a printing device (eco-PEN) based on the endless piston principle pump. Information: http://www.viscotec.de/en/
This printer head is used in additive manufacturing processes or rapid prototyping for silicones. Same device can also be used for UV curing materials.
Special feature is a high speed dosing of fluids combined with high accuracy. See also our other video that shows our printing head for 2 component adhesives (type eco-DUO) in 3D printing. Or our 3D-bioprinting head for organic cells (type pharma dispenser).
(Quelle: Youtube)

Bioprinting vascular networks for tissue-engineered organs

Ex vivo engineering of 3D organs for transplantation purposes has made tremendous strides in recent years, yet complex tissues remain challenging due to their need for vascularization. The current study takes great steps towards solving this issue using a new, simple bioprinting process to create branched vascular networks capable of effective media exchange. The introduced methodology provides a pathway towards successful incorporation of a branched vasculature into tissue-engineered organs.
(…weiter auf blogs.rsc.org)

3D Bioprinting Set to go Big in China, Thanks to Anyprint’s $20K B01CS Bioprinter

3D bioprinting is one of those technologies that seems as though it would be more likely to show up in a science fiction movie than one of today’s research facilities. While we are still probably over a decade away from being able to take living cells and fabricate entire working organs, the hardware for doing this is already being experimented with. It’s more than experimentation though, as researchers have been able to 3D print living tissue from humans, and then use those tissues to perform tests. One example is the use of 3D printed liver cells to test drugs for toxicity. It’s a more efficient and accurate method than using rodents, which may respond differently to such drugs than humans would.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Qingdao Unique, 3D Medical Printer

http://www.qdunique.com/en/ Qingdao Unique, the world leading innovator and developer on 3d printing solution deployed across the medical treatment. Please drop in to view the latest development released from Qingdao Unique.
(Quelle: Youtube)

BioBots to Bring Revolutionary 3D Bioprinter to the Masses with $5,000 Beta Program & Eventually Print Whole Organs

“​Life is the oldest and most efficient manufacturing technology that we as people know of. It’s become clear over the past several decades as scientists have engineered life to work for us, that biology is the next frontier for manufacturing. However, there is one thing missing. ​Doing biology today is the equivalent of computer programming 50 years ago – it’s inefficient, it’s slow, and the technology is only available to scientists at well-funded institutions​, out of the hands of the ordinary people that could be leading this new revolution​.” ~ BioBots CEO Danny Cabrera to 3DPrint.com
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Questacon demonstrates 3D printing of body parts

When you are 68 and a little battered by life’s wear and tear there’s something enormously attractive about today’s discussion of the creation of new body parts using 3D photocopying.

I took a shopping bag to Wednesday’s 3D BioPrinting: Printing Parts for Bodies talk and demonstrations at Questacon, hoping I might (for journalists are always being given bribes at these sorts of events) come away with some new 3D joints and ligaments. Perhaps there’d even be a prostate for me. Perhaps even several prostates to give to old friends as Christmas presents.

Alas, there were no give-aways at the event at teeming Questacon, but there were intellectual stimulations galore at this launch of the book and eBook 3D BioPrinting: Printing Parts for Bodies.
(…weiter auf canberratimes.com.au)

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