Additive Robotic Computer aided bio fabrication of functional 3D organs by layers with self assembling tissue spheroids according to digital modal is known as Organ 3D Printing. 3D Organ Printing uses a technique similar to traditional 3D printing, where a computer model is fed to the printer and a continuous layer of plastic or wax is applied until a 3D object is formed. In organ printing, the material used by the printer is biocompatible plastic. Biocompatible plastics form a scaffold that functions as the skeleton of the organ to be printed. When the plastic is applied, it also takes up human cells from the patient's organs that are printed. After printing, the organs are transferred to the culture chamber, giving them time for cells to grow. After sufficient time, the organ is transplanted into the patient.
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