What it Does

Designing and 3D printing tissue structures requires a software tool that enables easy and precise workflow. The Information Modeling capability of TSIM® allows you to enhance the precision and functional specifications of any tissue structure design.

Tissue Structure Information Modeling - Life Sciences

TSIM® Key Features:

Digital prototyping through TSIM® allows you to…

  • Design, visualize, and analyze precise and reproducible 3D computer models of structures
  • Image import and manipulation from patient specific image sets as a guide for structure design
  • Material inventory management to define, create, update, and administer data attributes and material assignments to objects within 3D models
  • Easily crop and adjust medical image density to isolate patient specific tissue structures
  • Intuitive user workflows to build simple to complex tissue geometry

How it Works

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Tissue Structure Information Modeling - Life Sciences

It’s starts with an idea! TSIM® Software enables you to turn the idea into a 3D digital model. Enhance the idea through import of patient specific medical images and “what-if“ the idea through TSIM®’s scenario manager and flexible tissue materials library. Quickly 3D print the idea into a physical prototype with the BioAssemblyBot® that can be studied and tested. Fail Fast with a scenario and leverage lessons learned to enhance and improve the idea. The BioAssemblyBot® Technology Platform brings some of the world’s most advanced technology into a set of easy to use tools that enable you to focus on bringing your idea to life. Time is our most precious commodity. BioAssemblyBot® allows you to spend your time advancing ideas, advancing the science and bringing forward tissue applications through a robotic workflow that continues a great tradition of profoundly and positively impacting our world.

Once the 3D model is complete in TSIM®, the data is sent to the BioAssemblyBot® workstation for printing. Utilizing a six-axis robotic arm, the BioAssemblyBot® precisely builds 3D tissue structures and models.

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Well-Plate Experiments

Well Plate Experiments - Life Sciences
Well Plate Experiments - Life Sciences

TSIM® Software Specifications

CPU Intel Core i5 or i7, 2.2ghz or higher base frequency
Memory 4GB
Graphics Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 class or better
Graphics Memory 2 GB dedicated
Display 1920×1080 pixels or higher
Operating System 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10
Storage 1GB