The CELLINK 'BIO X' 3D Bioprinting Device Prints with Living Cells

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jan 13, 2017
References: cellink & geeky-gadgets
3D printing is reaching new levels of excellence and value in the modern market with the CELLINK 'BIO X' 3D bioprinting device being the latest piece of equipment to be announced.

The printer enables tissue engineers to print using both syringe extrusion and pneumatic technologies for a variety of different uses in the medical field. The system works by utilizing a hydrogel material that offers a temporary support system for cells as they work to create their own matrix support. This means that living tissue, skin cells and much more can be printed using the printer as an effective component for oncology research.

The CELLINK 'BIO X' 3D bioprinting device identifies how technology is further expanding to further the implementation of bioprinting in the health and testing field.