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Defects in 3D/4D food printing and their possible solutions: A comprehensive review

"In order to produce defect-free printed objects via both 3D and 4D printing, it is first necessary to determine the reasons of defects and then their mitigation strategies. " The aim of this review is to investigate the causes and characteristics of defects occurring during and/or after 3D food printing, with a focus on how different conditions influence printing quality. Various methods that may reduce or eliminate printing defects and produce high-quality 3D/4D printed food items without the need for time-consuming trial and error printing experiments are critically discussed.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1541-4337.12984


Inhibition of Sympathetic Activation by Delivering Calcium Channel Blockers from a 3D Printed Scaffold to Promote Bone Defect Repair

"Enhancing osteogenesis by promoting neural network reconstruction and neuropeptide release has been deemed to be a viable option for repairing critical size bone defects. " However, traumatic bone fractures can often lead to the dysfunctional sympathetic nervous system in the defect area, and excessive catecholamine can impede bone defect repair. To minimize the amount of catecholamine in the bone defect region and accelerate bone healing, we recommend a three-dimensional printed scaffold equipped with calcium channel blocker u2010nifedipine. To build a cell-u2010laden scaffold by 3D bioprinting, nifedipine, methacrylate gelatin, and bone mesenchymal stem cells were added to a mixed solution containing sodium alginate, methacrylate gel, and bone mesenchymal stem cells. Our findings also showed that continuing nifedipine release from the scaffold can effectively prevent sympathetic nervous system activation, thus blocking sympathetic nervous system development and promoting new bone defects treatment options. ".

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adhm.202200785


Physicomechanical and cellular behavior of 3D printed polycaprolactone/poly(lactic‐co‐glycolic acid) scaffold containing polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane and extracellular matrix nanoparticles for cartilage tissue engineering

"Oposophia is a common disorder of articular cartilage, which can be associated with the breakdown of cartilage, osteophytes, subchondral sclerosis, synovial inflammation, and finally loss of joint function. " tissue engineering has been used to produce hybrid scaffolds for cartilage tissue repair using 3D fabrication and design techniques due to a lack of articular cartilage regeneration as well as a lack of appropriate medical equipment. The compressive modulus of the PCL/PLGA/20%ECM/3%POSS 3D printed scaffolds was higher than other scaffolds, according to the study. The biomaterial ink viscosity of the biomaterial ink viscosity was boosted by 20% ECM to the basic biomaterial ink viscosity, porosity, and water uptake by increasing the dosage of water by adding 20% ECM. According to the report, 3% POSS followed by 20% ECM was the most suitable bioink composition for producing the most biocompatible and useful scaffold for cartilage tissue engineering applications. ".

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pat.5731


The Implications of 3D‐Printed Membranes for Water and Wastewater Treatment and Resource Recovery

"However, the widespread benefits of 3D printing on water treatment membranes are not understood. " 3D printing will change the traditional membrane fabrication processes, lowering costs and industrial waste from manufacturing processes, with substantial improvements to treatment results. Remote communities, golf resorts, military bases, and oil and gas extraction activities could greatly profit from the on-site fabrication of membrane units tunable to their particular wastewater issues. Drinking water contamination incidents, such as those involving harmful byproducts of algal blooms, chemical leaks, forest fires, and extreme weather, have adverse health consequences on humans and piped water sources. Expanding the number of printable materials, increasing the speed and resolution of printing, designing nanoscale pores, lowering the manufacturing costs, and increasing the mechanical properties of resulting membranes can be used to achieve full deployment of 3D printing membranes in water and wastewater treatment.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cjce.24488


The presence of 3D printing in orthopedics: A clinical and material review

"Developments including computer-aided manufacturing, incorporation of more versatile materials, and improved printing techniques/equipment have all boosted 3DP technologies in various industries, but particularly in the medical industry. Advances in medical imaging have facilitated the integration of 3DP within the field of medicine, allowing for the integration of 3DP. Orthopedics, in particular, is one of the first medical specialties to implement 3DP. This report aims to highlight the use of emerging 3DP technologies and materials by the orthopedic community, as well as current trends and future direction within the field.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jor.25388


Application and challenges of 3D food printing technology in manned spaceflight: A review

"Threee" aeu2010dimensional food printing is a digital food engineering technique with a dramatic application potential in long-dueted spaceflight, according to the author. Extrusionu2010-based 3D food printing, one of the available 3D food printing technologies used in the food industry, is one of the most effective printing techniques for manned spaceflight. This paper discusses the 3D food printing and manned spaceflight technologies that are currently available and discusses the challenges involved in 3D food printing in manned spaceflight, giving a theoretical basis for future 3D food printing for space missions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijfs.15879


3D‐Printed composite scaffolds based on poly(ε‐caprolactone) filled with poly(glutamic acid)‐modified cellulose nanocrystals for improved bone tissue regeneration

In this research, it was suggested that a novel type of 3D-u2010printed scaffolds for bone tissue regeneration based on poly filled with nanocrystalline cellulose modified by poly. " The largest Ca deposits on the surface of PCL/PGluu2010NCC composite scaffolds were discovered after an In vitro mineralization study using human mesenchymal stem cells. The histological investigation revealed the lowest amount of immune cells and thin fibrous capsule, indicating low risk of the PCL/PGluu2010NCC scaffolds seeded with rabbit MSCs to the surrounding tissues, revealing low toxicity of the PCL/PGluu2010NCC scaffolds seeded with rabbit MSCs seeded with rabbit MSCs to the surrounding tissue. Both microcomputed tomography and histological examination revealed the most significant result on new bone tissue formation after the implantation of PCL/PGlu-u2010NCC+rMSCs scaffolds. After 1 and 3 months of implantation, respectively, around 33% and 55% of bone coverage was found for composite 3D scaffolds with adhered rMSCs.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jbm.b.35100


Biological study of polyethyleneimine functionalized polycaprolactone 3D‐printed scaffolds for bone tissue engineering

"Polycaprolactone is one of the most biodegradable polymers used in biomedical applications. " The results revealed uniform PEI coating as a result of increased surface hydrophilicity by absorption of 43 percent of free amine groups, as well as a dramatic reduction of PCL scaffolds by 4. 8 percent after four days, and a decrease in enzymatic degradation of PCL scaffolds by 5. 7 percent after four days. In addition, the experimental results showed that PCL scaffolding modified with PEI provided a good platform for attachment, differentiation, and proliferation of MC3T3 cells in the PCL-u2010-based scaffolds. The results, if taken together, show that the 3D composite scaffolds could be used in bone tissue engineering.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/app.52628


Effects of particle morphology on the shear response of granular soils by discrete element method and 3D printing technology

"The establishment of quantitative correlations between particle morphology and shear responses of granular soils is a continuing challenge. " Both sides of the shear box boundary begin to evolve, and eventually develops a steady disturbance region in the center of the specimen; meanwhile, the locations of maximum particle rotation appear at the center and boundary of the shear zone. Moreover, particle shape does not influence fabric anisotropy delivery before loading, although particle shape parameter Sh changes fabric anisotropy before loading. In addition, particle shape has been found to raise shear resistance by altering the number and distribution of contacts between particles rather than the contact force within particles. ".

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/nag.3384

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