3D printing is changing the way we create and produce products. Bioprinting and large-scale structures are just a few of the top trends shaping the future of manufacturing.
Bioprinting is a process of creating 3D structures using living cells as the “ink”. Bioprinting technologies use various methods, such as extrusion, laser-assisted printing, or inkjet printing, to deposit cells and other biological materials in precise locations, mimicking the structure and function of natural tissue. Bioprinting can be used for a wide range of applications such as tissue engineering, drug discovery and development, and personalized medicine. Bioprinting has the potential to revolutionize the field of medicine and healthcare by creating functional, living tissues and organs for replacement and repair, reducing the need for organ donors and the waiting time for transplants.