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Aether 1 is the Most Powerful & Affordable Bioprinter Ever

by • July 11, 2016 • 6s Comments


The future is approximately swiftly and without restriction, as proven by the latest technology in bioprinting. With new confirmation which bioprinted tissues can potentially be implanted into human patients in the future 10 years, and efforts to turn it into biomaterial of patients’ own stem cells, it appears the medical community is producing worthwhile strides in research, development and application thanks to new 3D printed technology. The latest development in the field to shock experts and audiences is the Aether 1 bioprinting device. Watch at a lower place as a prototype of the dazzling machine effortlessly prints two bones connected by a tendon via synthetic bone, conductive ink, stem cells and graphene oxide.

The astounding Aether 1 is capable of printing with additional than 10 various organic and inorganic materials at once, an unprecedented feat for any 3D printing device. In truly versatile style, the printing device can in addition be utilized with laser cutters and CNC routers, and actually has mounts capable of holding writing utensils and paintbrushes. The above demonstration shows four syringes and two droplet jets working together to generate a seamless final product. But it won’t be utilized for actual implantation, the bone here is a clear indication of the endless possibilities on the market in the quite near future.

In an inspiring effort to encertain which technology is accessible to all innovators regardless of budget, the makers of the Aether 1 have priced the state-of-the-art bioprinting device well at a lower place the $200,000+ price tags of its competitors. The Aether 1 can just cost an dazzling $9,000! Along with the aforementioned versatile showcases, the Aether 1 can in addition host a slew of other specifications, which include optional showcases, such as:

  • Eight pneumonic syringe extruder with retraction system
  • Heated glass syringe extruder
  • Laser engraving
  • 7-inch 480p touchscreen
  • Raspberry Pi 3 and Arduino Mega 2560 processors
  • Interior temperature control
  • Automatic stage leveling
  • Wi-fi Internet
  • And so much additional!

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The initially batch of Aether 1 bioprinting device can be donated to research facilities and universities later this summer, while retailers can have to wait until Fall 2016 to see the commence. Be certain to sign up for the 3D Printing Industry newsletter for all updates on bioprinting.

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