Coaxial 3D printing of hierarchical structured hydrogel scaffolds for repair of spinal cord injury
In vivo evaluation of bone scaffold fabricated by 3D bioprinting method by researchers of OmidAfrinan company
Fabrication of 3D printed hybrid scaffolds carrying dental pulp stem cells
Bioprinting Bone Constructs During Surgery
The beating of the first bioprinted human heart created from stem cells
۳D Bioprinted Multicellular Vascular Models
۳D Printed Punctal Plugs for Controlled Ocular Drug Delivery
Nowadays, technologies such as 3D bioprinting boost the fabrication of various tissue and organ models. One of the challenging models is tubular structures preset in various body parts. Omid Afarinan company has recently provided an innovative kit named Coaxial Kit ® for Printing of hollow and core/shell structures.
Cranio® Bone Implant
3D printing can be used for many industrial and biomedical purposes. Omid Afarinan company has recently produced an innovative product named Cranio® for treatment of diseases such as craniosynostosis, hemifacial microsomia (HFM), and hypertelorism in which a person is inflicted to the deformed bone in different areas of the skull, mandible as well as facial skeletons. This product is made from PMMA (a common bone cement) that is completely biocompatible.
Microfluidic platforms are considered as an emerging technology with a wide range of application in medical and biological evaluations. These high throughput systems provide higher speed and lower expenses as well as higher precision in comparison to common platforms. To date, several methods have been introduced for fabrication of microfluidic chips. Omid Afarinan Co. utilizes 3D Bioprinting technology as a novel method for preparation of customized microfluidic chips. This company provides a new product named "Micro-Fluidic Kit" which contains all you need to make your desired chips using your bioprinter.