Bioprinting uses a 3D printing process to create synthetic human tissue. One day it could therefore be used to print replacement human organs. This video by …
Lawrence Bonassar, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, describes a cutting-edge process he has developed in which he uses a 3D Printer and …
How 3D Printers Are Reshaping Medicine www.cnbc.com/…/How_3D_Printers_Are_Resha… – Traduzir esta pÃ¡gina 10/10/2012 — Printing off a kidney or another hu…
A team of researchers at the University of Illinois have begun using techniques to combine 3D Printing and biology to produce what they call “bio-bots”. In a…
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CBS News clip showing how medicine is moving towards growing new parts from your own cells (using a printer).
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- Easy to work with, The use of a heated built plate is optional
- Minimal warping when printing, Has a pleasant, sweet smell, when printing
- Print Temp: 190°c – 220°c
- Prints with a Raft: Optional
- Material Tolerances: 1.7 – 1.8mm DIA
1 Kg of PLA, for 3D Printing. PLA, (Polylactic Acid), is a bioplastic which derrives from corn. Its lower melting point, (190°c – 220°c) and dimensional stability makes it the most common material for 3D printing. It tends to be slightly easier to work with, than ABS, and does not require the use of a heated build plate. Our PLA filament is the ideal material for use in the Klic-N-Print 3D and works great in most common 3D printers.
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