3Dynamic Systems Omega Tissue Engineering Workstation is a dual extrusion 3D bioprinter used to generate heterogeneous tissues using a printable bioactive gel,
protein growth factors and scaffolds which mature into living tissue structures. 3DS easy to use technology has been designed to allow for a greater adoption of
bioprinting research and further innovation in the short-term by enabling researches in the field to effectively produce experimental tissues and multiple tissue
types on demand.
The 3Dynamic Omega is a purely digital machine which is more effective at depositing complex biological-based fluids. By varying the deposition speed, the layer
resolution can be altered. Additional methods using multiple biomaterials can also be used to integrate printed tissues with 3D scaffold fabrication. Various
hydrogels-based materials can be used for depositing a scaffold, including fibrin, poly (lactide-co-glycolide) which is porous, agarose and alginate.
The 3Dynamic Omega can be used to bioprint hydrogel-based materials as well as a synthetic biocompatible bone made from poly-capro-lactone, calcium phosphate and
hydrogel matrix. This macro 3D-Bioprinting method is used to generate heterogeneous tissues by depositing a biogel mixture of living cells and appropriate scaffold materials.
Other compatible materials all include: polylactic acid (pla) polyglycolic acid (pga), polyethylene glycol derivatives (peg) fibrin, elastin, collagen, alginate and agarose.