Supramolecular Polymers and 3D Printing

A progression of polymers equipped for self-amassing into boundless systems through supramolecular collaborations have been planned, combined, and described for use in 3D printing applications. The biocompatible polymers and their composites with silica nanoparticles were effectively used to store both basic cubic structures, just as a progressively mind boggling contorted pyramidal component. The polymers were observed to be not lethal to a chondrogenic cell line, as indicated by ISO 10993-5 and 10993-12 standard tests and the cells appended to the supramolecular polymers as shown by confocal microscopy. Silica nanoparticles were then scattered inside the polymer grid, yielding a composite material which was upgraded for inkjet printing. The half breed material demonstrated guarantee in starter tests to encourage the 3D statement of a progressively mind-boggling structure.

A progression of polymers equipped for self-amassing into boundless systems through supramolecular collaborations have been planned, combined, and described for use in 3D printing applications. The biocompatible polymers and their composites with silica nanoparticles were effectively used to store both basic cubic structures, just as a progressively mind boggling contorted pyramidal component. The polymers were observed to be not lethal to a chondrogenic cell line, as indicated by ISO 10993-5 and 10993-12 standard tests and the cells appended to the supramolecular polymers as shown by confocal microscopy. Silica nanoparticles were then scattered inside the polymer grid, yielding a composite material which was upgraded for inkjet printing. The half breed material demonstrated guarantee in starter tests to encourage the 3D statement of a progressively mind-boggling structure.

 

  • Polymer 3D Printing
  • Supramolecular Polymers
  • Frontiers in Complex Macromolecular Systems
  • Supramolecular Chemistry and Complex Macromolecular Science

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