In situ functionalization of scaffolds during extrusion-based 3D plotting using a piezoelectric nanoliter pipette

Short Communication by Stefan Giron, Anja Lode and Michael Gelinsky (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany) exploring extrusion-based 3D printing using a piezoelectric dispensing device – exclusively free for members.

Extrusion-based 3D printing allows the use of materials with higher viscosities compared to printing with modified inkjet printers, resulting in the possibility of a wider range of scaffolds. In this Short Communication from Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, Stefan Giron, Anja Lode and Michael Gelinsky (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany) discuss extrusion-based 3D printing using a piezoelectric dispensing device, aiming to functionalize the 3D scaffolds during manufacture by integrating biological components.

Giron S, Lode A, Gelinsky M. In situ functionalization of scaffolds during extrusion-based 3D plotting using a piezoelectric nanoliter pipette. J. 3D Print. Med. doi:10.2217/3dp-2016-0003 (2016).

Author for correspondence: michael.gelinsky@tu-dresden.de

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Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine

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Published by Future Medicine, the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine (ISSN: 2059-4755) is a peer-reviewed, print and electronic journal poised at the brink of an exciting new era in healthcare. Find out more on our dedicated channel.

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Alexandra Thompson about 3 years ago

The first issue of J. 3D Print. Med. is coming soon - keep an eye out here for the launch! http://www.futuremedicine.com/loi/3dp