Center for Engineering Complex Tissues Acquires BioAssemblyBot for Building Human Tissue
Updated: Apr 22
The Center for Engineering Complex Tissues (CECT) acquired a new BioAssemblyBot (BAB) 3D printer – an advanced bioprinter designed for tissue fabrication and 3D printing – from Advanced Solutions Life Sciences (ASLS).
The printer features a six-axis robotic arm, which allows for precise printing of complex 3D tissue components, with additional degrees of freedom for movement on both planar and non-planar surfaces. It is ideal for printing cell systems and 3D assays, experimental tissue models and microenvironments, organ models, microfluidic platforms, implant systems, and many other structures.