Printability Tests of the Nanocellulose/Alginate Bioink with Brinter® in Progress

2020-04-03T06:26:51-07:00April 3rd, 2020|BioPrinting, RESTORE project|

3DTech’s task in the RESTORE project is to develop its Brinter® 3D bioprinting platform towards more accurate and efficient bioprinting of nanoenabled cartilage microtissues for repairing of chondral lesions. [...]

Brinter™ 3D (Bio)printing Platform Extends to Meet the Industrial Needs

2020-01-07T16:23:27-08:00November 11th, 2019|BioPrinting|

The increased awareness of environmental aspects has led to the search for more environmentally friendly printable materials, such as cellulose-based materials, to replace oil-based synthetic polymers in 3D (bio)printing. [...]

Brinter joins Kasvu’s Future Health Innovation and Wellbeing Growth Track

2019-11-12T10:36:14-08:00May 28th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Twenty companies have been selected for the Future Health and Wellbeing Growth Track out of 68 high-level applicants. The companies represent a wide spectrum of innovations ranging from health [...]

5.5 million for a Project on Smart Matrices for Knee Cartilage Repair

2019-11-14T11:59:52-08:00January 31st, 2019|BioPrinting, Featured, Uncategorized|

A research project in cartilage regeneration and cartilage repair, in which Brinter (3DTech) participates together with nine other partners from eight countries, was recently financed by the European [...]

Brinter unveils the first truly scalable 3D bioprinter – Brinter 1

2019-11-12T10:44:30-08:00November 9th, 2018|BioPrinting|

Bioprinters should scale with bio technology advancements, says 3D bioprinting technology company, Brinter. Brinter will unveil its new scalable 3d bioprinter, Brinter 1, at Medica 2018. The machine boasts modular capabilities [...]