Talk about anything and everything relating to 3D printing for biology.
BY makerwiz
Hello Bio Fans,
We have previously printed molecular and skeletal models for professors teaching undergraduate biochemistry and anatomy courses, respectively. NIH 3D Print Exchange is an awesome resource, as most X-ray crystallography structures can be 3D printed easily. Looking forward to do some "molecular printing" on our Tiko 3D printer soon. We are also interested in using it for DIY Bio projects. Anyone interested in similar applications, give us a shout!
Dr. Makemake