3Dynamic Systems to Commercialise Its 3D Bioprinted Vascular Tissue Scaffolds
October 12, 2017. 3DPrint.com by Sarah Saunders.
Commercial 3D bioprinting systems manufacturer 3Dynamic Systems, based out of the Swansea University campus in Wales, is well known for its bioprinting research studies and 3D bioprinters. The company has spent years working on 3D bioprinting, and earlier this summer developed a new technology, and new biomaterials, that could be used to treat microtia, a condition where the ear is undeveloped. Now, 3Dynamic Systems has announced that it will be commercialising its line of 3D bioprinted vascular scaffolds.
3Dynamic Systems was first founded as an early-stage research company back in 2012 by Dr. Daniel J. Thomas, and now produces functional 3D human tissues for medical research, and perhaps someday therapeutic applications, with its Omega Tissue Engineering Workstation Bioprinter.