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Arburg at formnext 2021: a medical original PEEK and innovative applications

• Premiere: the Freeformer converts medically approved Evonik PEEK originals into implants

• Added value: customised Wilson baseball bats, fast time-to-market, post-processing
• Sister company InnovatiQ: LAM process for additive LSR components also on show at the Arburg stand

Addion GmbH Leverages Stratasys Digital Anatomy 3D Printer to Create Eye Models for Ophthalmology with Unprecedented Realism

“The skin layer on the model is a tenth of a millimeter and is detached with very small fine instruments, implanted, and then reattached. This level of detail was previously unimaginable.” Alexander Hechenberger, Addion GmbH CEO

3D Printing of Industrial, Pharmaceutical and Other Materials Using Granulate Printing (GP) Process

Brinter has been developing the granulate-based multi-material 3D printing process as part of the EU Horizon2020 project Novum. The increased concern of environmental issues and technology development has led to growing interest in developing novel, sustainable, yet high-performance materials for industrial additive manufacturing (AM) and for a wide variety of applications such as electrical insulation components and parts for the automotive, marine and medical industry. AM enables rapid and cost-effective manufacturing of complex and lightweight parts without any expensive tools such as moulds.

Brinter Showcased at 30th Biocity Symposium: Cancer – Breaking Bad

Brinter was thrilled to meet people in person and create new contacts at the Biocity Symposium with the title CANCER – BREAKING BAD in Turku last week. Finally, a partly physical and partly virtual scientific meeting could be arranged despite the COVID-19 situation and allowed us to demonstrate Brinter® 3D bioprinting platform in action! As you are aware, cancer research is one of Brinter’s core application areas.

Advances in Cartilage Tissue Engineering Research

Our partners from the RESTORE project have recently published an article titled “Design and development of poly-L/D-lactide copolymer and barium titanate nanoparticle 3D composite scaffolds using breath figure method for tissue engineering applications” in the journal Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces.

First Steps on the Path Towards 3D Bioprinting of Brain Tissue

Our customer, the University of Helsinki, is participating in a joint two-year project called Go for Growth with Novel Stem Cell Platform to develop stem cell techniques to prevent brain diseases and to compile them into a competence base for the prediction, prevention and ultra-early diagnostics of brain diseases.

In Vivo Assessment Of Articular Cartilage Repair With Nanoenabled COPLA Scaffolds

RESTORE aims to develop a smart nanobiomaterial-based solution capable to modulate the articular cartilage microenvironment from a state of limited capacity of repair towards one that enables true regeneration of both tissue structure and function. One approach is the development and validation of a nanoenabled COPLA® scaffold for cartilage repair.

3D Bioprinting Chondrocytes to Generate Functional Articular Cartilage

The aim of the EU funded project RESTORE is to treat osteoarthritis (OA) by generating functional cartilage through 3D bioprinting technology. A Swedish research team within RESTORE has now achieved a major scientific milestone in the treatment of OA; they have been able to generate functional cartilage tissue by 3D bioprinting chondrocytes into OA lesions.

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