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How Medical Companies Use Additive Manufacturing: GE Healthcare

Updated: Jun 10, 2020

Scientists in a lab

3D Printing Media Network zoomed-in on GE Healthcare’s recent innovations and investments in additive manufacturing. A key focus was on GE Healthcare’s partnership with Advanced Solutions, bringing the BioAssemblyBot and IN Cell Analyzer together for an agile biofabrication workcell.

“Even more recently, GE Healthcare made moves in the bioprinting sector as well. After signing a deal with Advanced Solutions Life Science, GE Healthcare will distribute the world’s first integrated 3D bioprinter + confocal scanner (BioAssemblyBot + GE IN Cell Analyzer 6500HS) as part of a strategic R&D and distribution partnership that sets out to personalize tissue regeneration. The integration of IN Cell Analyzer and BioAssemblyBot systems technologies will embed cellular-level assessments into the 3D bioprinting workflow used to create human tissue models.


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