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Electrospinning is a technique for creating nanofibers from polymer solution using high voltage. The fibers can be used for various applications including biomedicine, filtration, and energy storage.
Melt Electrowriting (MEW)
Melt Electrowriting (MEW) is a fabrication technology that uses high voltage to extrude melted polymer to build 3D structures layer by layer. It is used for production of complex geometries with high precision.
Hydrogel 3D printing utilizes an extrusion process to shape the hydrogel into intricate forms and is commonly used in the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Heated Syringe Extrusion
Bioprinting with bioinks is a process of creating 3D structures that support cell growth, used in regenerative medicine.
Pellet 3D Printing
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) with granulates is a 3D printing method that melts thermoplastic material (pellets) and builds objects layer by layer. It is a cost-effective technique for manufacturing using advanced materials.
Filament 3D Printing
Filament 3D printing is a process where a plastic filament is fed through a heated extruder, melted and deposited layer by layer to create a 3D object.
UV curing in 3D printing is a process where UV light is used to harden a photosensitive resin into a solid structure.
The auto calibration mode improves accuracy and reduces manual intervention, speeding up fabrication time.