Graphene-Reinforced Biodegradable Resin Composites for Stereolithographic 3D Printing of Bone Structure Scaffolds

UV-crosslinkable graphene-reinforced biodegradable nanocomposites using SLA 3D printing technology can potentially remove important cost barriers for personalized biological tissue engineering as compared to the traditional mold-based multistep methods.*

In the research article “Graphene-Reinforced Biodegradable Resin Composites for Stereolithographic 3D Printing of Bone Structure Scaffolds” by Zuying Feng et al., the authors present how they developed a UV-curable, 3D-printable and biodegradable resin.*

NANOSENSORS PointProbe®Plus PPP-FMR AFM probes were used to study the morphology of the graphene flakes.*


Figure 4 (e) from «Graphene-Reinforced Biodegradable Resin Composites for Stereolithographic 3D Printing of Bone Structure Scaffolds” by Zuying Feng et al.: AFM image of graphene/FLG

* Zuying Feng, Yan Li, Liang Hao, Yihu Yang, Tian Tang, Danna Tang, Wei Xiong
Graphene-Reinforced Biodegradable Resin Composites for Stereolithographic 3D Printing of Bone Structure Scaffolds
Journal of Nanomaterials, Volume 2019, Article ID 9710264, 13 pages
https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/9710264

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