Jammed Microgel Inks for 3D Printing Applications

Volume: 6, Issue: 1
Published: Oct 24, 2018
3D printing involves the development of inks that exhibit the requisite properties for both printing and the intended application. In bioprinting, these inks are often hydrogels with controlled rheological properties that can be stabilized after deposition. Here, an alternate approach is developed where the ink is composed exclusively of jammed microgels, which are designed to incorporate a range of properties through microgel design (e.g.,...
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Jammed Microgel Inks for 3D Printing Applications
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Oct 24, 2018
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