Cell Biology 3D Printers Medical Devices by Yu Tan and Xiongfei Zheng

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Cell Biology 3D Printers

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Medical Devices

INSPIRATION:
The whole appearance comes from the concept of cell integration, and the overall fuselage is divided into three sections, meaning that 3D cells can be diversified into 3D combinations to advance the development of the whole biomedical industry.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The design core of this model is the complete isolation of the "print" area and mechanical system.The product has a built-in HEPA filter system and an innovation of 365 nm wavelength uv sterilization system, which maintains a sterile environment.The interior design of the product enables positive pressure air circulation to prevent contamination from entering the printer.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The model is modeled by the professional and the required biological model is obtained.In the upper sterile laboratory, the biological cell printing materials were cultured and transmitted directly to the low-temperature molding box, which was printed according to the provided model.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Project started in August 2018 in January 2019 listed and sold all over the world.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Scientific Instruments, Medical Devices and Research Equipment Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
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SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
946mm x 780 mm x 1920 mm

TAGS:
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RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Research background: there is still a lot of optimization for the research on bio-printing at home and abroad.Methods: market research, product analysis, pain point analysis.Tools: computer, research institute.Experimental results and insights: the product needs further optimization.

CHALLENGE:
In the printing process, the printed biological volume is larger, requiring a high degree of molding.Used in the whole machine and manufacturing process of three requires precise control of the temperature difference: (1) will be printed in the process of material into the machine, to maintain a certain temperature (2) inside the machine in printing process, to keep a certain temperature (3) internal cooling plate in the printing process of the machine need to make the forming cells alive, to keep a certain temperature.

ADDED DATE:
2019-02-17 09:38:04

TEAM MEMBERS (4) :
Yu Tan, Xiongfei Zheng, Heran Wang and Peitong Li

IMAGE CREDITS:
Yu Tan and Xiongfei Zheng, 2018.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Shenyang aerospace University

PROFILE:
Shenyang Aerospace University (SAU) is founded in 1952 and situated in Shenyang. During the past 60 years, Shenyang Aerospace University has developed into an academic center, housing teaching buildings, research laboratories, a library which is both an architectural and cultural icon, a theater building, sports arena, swimming center and student’s activity centers having 600,000 square meters of floor space and cover 200, 000 square meters of landscaped gardens. Other services such as the school hospital, comfortable accommodations and a number of dining halls are also provided.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Cell Biology 3d Printers Medical Devices by Yu Tan and Xiongfei Zheng is a Nominee in Scientific Instruments, Medical Devices and Research Equipment Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Cell Biology 3d Printers Medical Devices by Yu Tan and Xiongfei Zheng is Winner in Scientific Instruments, Medical Devices and Research Equipment Design Category, 2018 - 2019.



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