Regenerat3D uses an innovative molding technique to create vascularization and consistency.
Regenerat3D provides , customizable, cost-effective tissues per customer’s needs.
Regenerat3D’s state of the art bioprinting technology allows for the production of organs for research use.
What is 3D Bioprinting?
Three-dimensional (3D) Bioprinting is the process of creating cell patterns and structures within a confined space using 3D printing technologies, where cell function and viability are preserved within the printed patterns and structures. We are using this technology to catalyze the research field, which will ultimately impact the root issue of organ shortage.
At Regenerat3D, we are using the Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer for our prototyping. The Ultimaker 2+ is known for its efficiency, reliability and user-friendly interface.