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Biocompatible Photoresin

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Bio-Compatible PhotoresinBio-compatible IP-PDMS photoresin from Nanoscribe GmbH is designed for the 3D microfabrication of elastomer-based applications, microsystems, and devices.

The printing material is soft, highly flexible, and elastic, driving 3D-printed applications in various fields such as in life sciences, microfluidics, and microelectromechanical systems. It provides a low refractive index, chemical inertness, and gas permeability. These characteristics and the ISO-approved noncytotoxity of the photoresin can be used for high-precision 3D printing for cell culturing and tissue engineering.

Applications include elastic freeform cell scaffolds and tissue engineering applications, 3D-structured surfaces, and microfluidic devices.


BioPhotonics
Jul/Aug 2021
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