3D Printing FibreTuff to produce "functional" bone like anatomical models - laser cutting, sawing and excellent screw retention.
FibreTuff technology has glass transition temperature unlike other biocompatible compounds for 3D printing.
3D printing FibreTuff to make vertebrae showing 400 HU for radiopacity.
FibreTuff biocompatible materials have bone like qualities including a 3D printing micropore structure, and textured surface for medical models.
3D Printing circuits or sensors like capacitive touch can be possible on 3D printed FibreTuff parts.
A 3D printed FibreTuff micropore structure has been tested to show bioactive properties. The study to be released in September 2021
Bioprinting FibreTuff has osteo conductive qualities for cell and tissue in growth.
3D printing a customizable microporous scaffold with FibreTuff for a conductive bio printing substrate and dispense antibiotic.
Recent work at University identifies 3D printed scaffold made with FibreTuff to have bioactive properties. Limited filament available for sale.
3D printing scaffolds made with FibreTuff has been in vitro tested by Northeast College of Ohio Medicine showing osteo conductive results.
nScrypt Bioprinting FibreTuff with collagen for medical prototypes
3D Printing a FibreTuff medical grade filament using an Ultimaker S5 printer at the RAPID conference in Detroit May 2019. The part printed utilized a nozzle temp of 245c with 80c heated bed temperature. The FibreTuff I will be offered in the Ultimaker Materials Alliance in the Fall 2019
3D Printing process using the FDM method for producing a anatomical calcaneus bone model made with FibreTuff. A 235c nozzle temperature @ 100 c bed temperature. Fan off when printing at a 44 mm/sec print speed