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A project log for biotINK - the bioprinter of tomorrow

a novel DIY bioprinter via hijacking an ordinary 3D printer

Julian HofmannJulian Hofmann 09/14/2016 at 17:000 Comments

first tests upcoming

After dozens of designs and prototypes our hardware parts finally reached the first testing stage.

First experiments with alginate should give us a good clue at what speeds our pump will have to operate and how fast the print head is allowed to move to avoid turbulent current.

Pictures and videos (hopefully) following soon.

parts and print files

We are also completing the CAD files of the print parts and the list of additional hardware.

It will go live as soon as its finished, so stay tuned!

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