Published on September 30th, 2016 | by Geetika Bhasin
3D Printed Hyperelastic Bones Created By The Researchers
There is no denying the fact that 3D printing has shown involvement in many human body transplant organ creations, but when we talk about Bioprinting, researchers are more concerned about creating 3D printed bones. These can be created with the help of human cells integration.
It is quite interesting that 3D printing has a long history with bone creation. The researchers spend quite a lot of time in analyzing and inventing new methods of creating 3d printed implants for the human body. So now, you might understand that 3d technology has a lot of power and it can help in major ways to save the human body.
According to the latest research in Northwestern University, 3D printed bones are created and it also helps in the regrowth of the body. Other than that, it is a highly beneficial pediatric case as the bones are likely to grow with the growth of a child. This all has been possible because of the new material that is used to create the bones. The material has been tested several times before putting out for use. This material is said to be highly versatile and the objects can be printed with it at the room temperature.
Firstly when the material was used in the creation of the bone, the end product was with brittleness. Now since the hyperelastic bones are being used, they are more committing and can be trusted without it being falling apart completely.
It is all due to the bio-ink that helped in creating 3d printed bones at room temperature, the researchers were able to create new synthetic. It has been used in fusing the spines and many other potential endeavors.
Well, such innovations can be used in a major way by the medical industry and we really hope that the idea will be shared in Indian 3D industry as well.