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Cartilage Made Using Hybrid 3D Printer, University College London Study


11/26/2012 7:50:29 AM

Researchers have developed a way to "print" cartilage that could help treat joint diseases and sporting injuries. They say that the new material is more robust and hardwearing than previous efforts to create artificial cartilage. A traditional ink-jet printer combined with a specialised spinning-machine is used to make it.

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