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Development of a Multi-nozzle Bioprinting System for 3D Scaffold Fabrication
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 Title & Authors
Development of a Multi-nozzle Bioprinting System for 3D Scaffold Fabrication
Park, Sanghoon; Kim, Seongjun; Song, Seung-Joon; Choi, Jaesoon;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to develop a multi-nozzle based bioprinting system for fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) biological structure. In this study, a thermoplastic biomaterial that has relatively high mechanical stability, polycaprolactone (PCL) was used to make the 3D structure. A multi-nozzle bioprinting system was designed to dispense thermoplastic biomaterial and hydrogel simultaneously. The system that consists of 3-axes of x-y-z motion control stage and a compartment for injection syringe control mounted on the stage has been developed. Also, it has 1-axis actuator for position change of nozzle. The controllability of the printed line width with PCL was tested as a representative performance index.
 Keywords
Multi-nozzle;Bioprinting;Three-dimensional (3D) biological structure;
 Language
Korean
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