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Design of an Open-Source, Low-Cost Bioink and Food Melt Extrusion 3D Printer

DOI :

10.3791/59834-v

March 2nd, 2020

March 2nd, 2020

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1Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

The aim of this work is to design and construct a reservoir-based melt extrusion three-dimensional printer made from open-source and low-cost components for applications in the biomedical and food printing industries.

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