Graphene

 
 
 A porous scaffold printed using Dimension Inx LLC's Graphene, which can be used for muscle, nerve and cardiac tissue engienering

A porous scaffold printed using Dimension Inx LLC's Graphene, which can be used for muscle, nerve and cardiac tissue engienering

 

3D Graphene is a biomaterial made by Dimension Inx composed of > 90% graphene, a flexible, conductive, biocompatible material for muscle, nerve and cardiac tissue engineering. This biomaterial is printed at room temperature and can be seeded with cells post-print.

3D Graphene offers several unique advantages, including electrical conductivities greater than 800 S/m, significantly higher than previously reported 3D-printed carbon materials.

3D Graphene can be 3D printed into user defined structures and handled immediately after being 3D printed. The 3D printed materials and structures can then be cut, folded, rolled, punched, and further handled as the user the desires. This is an excellent material choice for conductive tissue related modeling, bioelectronics, soft sensors, basic science, and engineering research. 

With the Conductive Tissue Kit, researchers can begin taking bone modeling and engineering to the next level. 

You can access our recommended by purchasing the Conductive Tissue Kit here.