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3D Printing of In Vitro Hydrogel Microcarriers by Alternating Viscous-Inertial Force Jetting

DOI :

10.3791/62252-v

April 21st, 2021

April 21st, 2021

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1Biomanufacturing Center, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, 2Biomanufacturing and Rapid Forming Technology Key Laboratory of Beijing, 3Department of Mechanical Engineering, Drexel University

Presented here is a mild 3D printing technique driven by alternating viscous-inertial forces to enable the construction of hydrogel microcarriers. Homemade nozzles offer flexibility, allowing easy replacement for different materials and diameters. Cell binding microcarriers with a diameter of 50-500 µm can be obtained and collected for further culturing.

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