3DTech and its 3D bioprinter Brinter® is a trailblazer in being able to produce complex structures from Cellulose-based materials. Cellulose, as a renewable, non-toxic, non-allergic, and abundant forest material, has several benefits to be utilized in a wide range of applications. Currently, it is, however, mostly used in large scale applications: paper, packaging, and textile. The current industrial technologies have limitations in forming three-dimensional structures from cellulose, which could be beneficial in complex-shaped soft or hard objects. Brinter® was chosen as the principal 3D printing technology in the open platform NOVUM consortium research project. To learn more about the future of manufacturing, check out the NOVUM consortium article.