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. [...]