Revotek, a company based in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, released the world’s first 3D blood vessel bio-printer on Sunday.
With two nozzles working alternatively, the bio-printer can finish a 10-centimeter blood vessel within two minutes. Continue reading “Chinese Company Reveals 3D Blood Vessel Bio-Printer (Video)”
An incision from the surgeon’s scalpel sends liquid oozing over the surface of a the lung, but on this occasion it doesn’t matter if something goes wrong — the doctor can simply create another model with a 3D printer. Continue reading “3D Printed Organs Offer Ultra-Realistic Practice Models”
3-D printed blood vessels: Medical experimentation using 3-D printing has taken new form in recent years, and one of the biggest developments overall has been the growth of bioprinting. In other words, this is the creation of living and natural material using the technology, according to 3-D Print. Continue reading “New 3-D printing developments include blood vessels, back braces”
A three-dimensional bioprinting technique is being used to make artificial vessels from scratch. A team from Brigham Women’s Hospital (BWH) has made progress in fabricating blood vessels. The researchers used a 3D bioprinter to make afiber template to serve as the mould for the blood vessels. Continue reading “BWH is Making Progress With Bioprinting Blood Vessels”
One of the ‘up-and-coming’ technologies is the 3D printing of biomaterial, referred to as 3D bioprinting. Only recently has 3D bioprinting become a popular tool in trying to solve issues that have posed problems for medical scientists since the beginning of time. Continue reading “Researches Find Way to 3D Print Blood Vessels – Could lead to transplatable tissue”
UK-based company Brightwake has developed a new way of providing lifesaving blood to those who are in need of blood transfusions. Continue reading “Revolutionary Blood Recycling Machine Created Using 3D Printer”