14apr12:0015:00Desktop Health Biofabrication: Innovation Office (DH-BIO) Open House
Are you interested in learning more about 3D printing for biological and medical applications? The Desktop Health Biofabrication Innovation Office (DH-BIO) welcomes you to visit our
Are you interested in learning more about 3D printing for biological and medical applications? The Desktop Health Biofabrication Innovation Office (DH-BIO) welcomes you to visit our suite in the Schrafft’s Building in Charlestown, Boston, MA for food, drinks, networking, and engineering discussions.
We will be showcasing demos on the 3D-Bioplotter, the state-of-the-art 3D printer for tissue engineering and medical device manufacturing. Additionally, you will be able to talk to experts in biomaterials and product design.
Come see how biofabrication through 3D printing can accelerate innovation for your organization!
Limited space available.
The 3D-Bioplotter Manufacturer Series was designed as a tool for advanced tissue engineering and also for use in a production environment. It is the most versatile and advanced of the 3D-Bioplotter options and is capable of utilizing up to 5 materials in a build as well as UV curing capabilities and both heated and cooled platform options.
The Manufacturer Series is one of three 3D-Bioplotter models offered, with a Starter and Developer Series also offered. The complete family of bioprinters process open-source biomaterials using air or mechanical pressure to a syringe, which can fabricate scaffolds to create tissue, organs and more. Our bioprinters are extremely accurate with X-Y repeatability down to 1 μm. All models have been designed for use in a sterile biosafety cabinet, meet standards for clinical trials and offer build sizes up to 192.4 cubic inches.
Developed at the University of Freiburg, the bioprinting technology used by the 3D-Bioplotter allows for maximum flexibility for research and development. The system uses modular components, such as sterilized heating and cooling cartridges, standard Luer-Lok syringes with standard needle-tip sizes and an easy-to-use 365 nm UV curing head.
(Friday) 12:00 - 15:00
529 Main Street, Charlestown, MA 02143, USA