Development of ‘ Multi-arm Bioprinter ’ for hybrid biofabrication of tissue engineering constructs

@inproceedings{Ozbolat2013DevelopmentO,
  title={Development of ‘ Multi-arm Bioprinter ’ for hybrid biofabrication of tissue engineering constructs},
  author={Ibrahim T. Ozbolat and Howard Chen and Yin Luan Yu},
  year={2013}
}
This paper highlights the development of ‘Multi-arm Bioprinter (MABP)’ capable of concurrent multimaterial deposition with independent motion path and dispensing parameters including deposition speed, material dispensing rate, and nozzle travel velocity for use in tissue engineering. In this research, the system is designed to concurrently print a filament structure and deposit cell spheroids between the filaments to create a hybrid structure to support the cell spheroids in three dimensions… CONTINUE READING
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