okit Healthcare introduced its 3D printer INVIVO at the 25th Korea International Plastics & Rubber Show (KOPLAS 2019) that runs Mar. 12-16 in KINTEX 1.
INVIVO is a bio-3D printer that can make cellular structures such as scaffolds and skin through pellet or powder materials. In this way, it is possible to carry out a customized transplantation study in which the autologous cells collected from the patient are printed as a three-dimensional structure, grown into a tissue, and then transplanted into a patient.
An official said, “Rokit Healthcare is working hard to change the world by using customized artificial organ platforms, and our regenerative medicine expertise will provide the safest and most effective long-term regenerative platform service. We are a company with a mission to discover a new paradigm that uses autologous cell, cell sheet technology, and 3D bio-manufacturing technology.
Celebrating its 25th year, KOPLAS 2019 is showcasing a wide variety of items, from plastic raw materials to molds, processing machinery, related accessories, automation solutions, printing, packaging, semi-finished products, and finished products.
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(Video: 25th Korea International Plastics & Rubber Show KOPLAS 2019 site sketch)