Additive manufacturing, along with AI, machine learning, and digital security, will be key technologies in the coming decade, according to MD&M BIOMEDigital exhibitor B9Creations.
Lund University researchers have designed a new bioink that allows small human-sized airways to be 3D-bioprinted with the help of patient cells.
Driven by progress in its collaboration with United Therapeutics in developing 3D printing systems for solid-organ scaffolds, 3D Systems intends to further develop and commercialize solutions in the regenerative medicine field.
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3D printing is on track to expand beyond prototyping toward end-use parts and mass production, but the economics still don't make sense for every project.
Additive manufacturing helped deliver an intricate design not limited by traditional manufacturing constraints.