This robot is learning how to print a human organ

Kentucky-based software company Advanced Solutions has developed what it calls the world’s first 3D human tissue printer that operates on a six axis robot. Called the BioAssemblyBot, the machine is the second generation of 3D printers focused on producing biomedical materials intended to revolutionizing healthcare. The goal is to 3D print human organs, Advanced Solutions president and CEO Michael Golway …

Will printed 3D organs be part of the future? Advanced Solutions thinks so

Advanced Solutions says it is moving ever closer to developing software to print 3D human organs. The US-based company‚Äôs BioAssembly Bot is built to produce biomedical materials and to develop vascular structures outside of the human body. It uses Tissue Structure Information Modeling, software that gives operators the ability to design tissue structure so that it can be replicated by …