A new hybrid 3D printer produces cartilage to be implanted in patients.
Scientists have developed a hybrid printer that can print cartilage. Experts are optimistic and believe that one day the objects created by this printer can be implanted in patients.
The new invention is a mixture between a traditional inkjet printer and a special machine used for drying fibers by centrifugation. The new 3D printer produces cartilage to mechanical stability better than inkjet printer.