Non-animal derived GrowInk™ 3D printing product range

UPM is entering the exciting world of 3D printing, offering novel non-animal derived, ready-to-use hydrogels

New method for the 3D printing of living tissues

Scientists devise way to produce tissues in self-contained cells that support the structures to keep their shape

Cranial implant created by additive manufacturing

Patient required a particularly large cranial implant after stroke-related surgery

COMPAMED 2014 Trend Report on 3D printing

Visions of suppliers of medical technology - when heart valves come from a printer

Reducing surgical procedure times with 3D printing

Performing surgery on 3D printed models prior to operations reduces theatre costs and aneasthetic times

3D printed polymeric cranial implants

OPM’s additive manufactured cranial implants offer improved patient outcomes at reduced surgical costs

Blood recycling machine developed with 3D printing

Hemosep device reduces prototyping costs by 96 poet cent using Stratasys 3D printed parts

3D fluidics printer

Suitable for a wide range of applications, including organ-on-a-chip, point-of-care diagnostics, drug development

3D printed 'building blocks' of life

Cells could be used as the ‘lego bricks’ to build tissue constructs, larger structures of tissues, and potentially even micro-organs





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