Bioprinting is an exciting area to follow as it invigorates the ideas of Frankenstein and a bunch of other sci-fi scenarios that make us slightly paranoid.
So how does someone create their own monster within their garage? Well, that is pretty far fetched at the moment, but there are ways to get involved in this field in small ways.
Consistently, within bioprinting, there does not seem to be a significant presence within the general maker community. The healthcare industry as a whole is typically private sector driven.
So how does someone get the chance to work on 3D bioprinting when they do not even know the resources they need, or how to start? An essential consideration for 3D bioprinting is the material used for prototyping. Typically 3D printers use different materials to create products such as PLA, ABS, Wood Fiber, PET, PVA, Nylon, and TPU. The issue […]
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