Design and Fabrication of Physiologic Tissue Scaffolds Using Projection-Micro-Stereolithography

@inproceedings{Raredon2014DesignAF,
  title={Design and Fabrication of Physiologic Tissue Scaffolds Using Projection-Micro-Stereolithography},
  author={Sam Brickman Raredon and Micha Sam Brickman},
  year={2014}
}
  • Sam Brickman Raredon, Micha Sam Brickman
  • Published 2014
Recent advances in material processing are presenting groundbreaking opportunities for biomedical engineers. Projection-micro-stereolithography, or PuSL, is an additive manufacturing technique in which complex parts are built out of UV-curable resins using ultraviolet light. The primary strength of PuSL is its capacity to translate CAD files into… CONTINUE READING