Bioprinting of Multimaterials with Computer-aided Design/Computer -aided Manufacturing

J. M. Lee, S. L. Sing, W. Y. Yeong

Article ID: 245
Vol 6, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 65-73

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Multimaterials deposition, a distinct advantage in bioprinting, overcomes material’s limitation in hydrogel-based bioprinting. Multimaterials are deposited in a build/support configuration to improve the structural integrity of three-dimensional bioprinted construct. A combination of rapid cross-linking hydrogel has been chosen for the build/support setup. The bioprinted construct was further chemically cross-linked to ensure a stable construct after print. This paper also proposes a file segmentation and preparation technique to be used in bioprinting for printing freeform structures.


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3D bioprintin; Bioprinting; Hydrogel; 3D printing; Rapid prototyping; Additive manufacturing; Computer aided design; Support structures

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