3D Printed Functional and Biological Materials on Moving Freeform Surfaces

Zhijie Zhu, ShuangZhuang Guo, Tessa Hirdler, Cindy R Eide, Xiaoxiao Fan, Jakub Tolar, Michael McAlpine

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Abstract

Conventional 3D printing technologies typically rely on open-loop, calibrate-then-print operation procedures. An alternative approach is adaptive 3D printing, which is a closed-loop method that combines real-time feedback control and direct ink writing of functional materials in order to fabricate devices on moving freeform surfaces. Here, it is demonstrated that the changes of states in the 3D printing workspace in terms of the geometries and motions of target surfaces can be perceived by an integrated robotic system aided by computer vision. A hybrid fabrication procedure combining 3D printing of electrical connects with automatic pick-and-placing of surface-mounted electronic components yields functional electronic devices on a free-moving human hand. Using this same approach, cell-laden hydrogels are also printed on live mice, creating a model for future studies of wound-healing diseases. This adaptive 3D printing method may lead to new forms of smart manufacturing technologies for directly printed wearable devices on the body and for advanced medical treatments.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number1707495
JournalAdvanced Materials
Volume30
Issue number23
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 6 2018

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Functional materials
Biological materials
Printing
Hydrogels
Real time control
Ink
Computer vision
Feedback control
Robotics
Phase transitions
Fabrication
Geometry

Keywords

  • 3D printing
  • bioprinting
  • feedback control
  • robotics
  • wireless electronics

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3D Printed Functional and Biological Materials on Moving Freeform Surfaces. / Zhu, Zhijie; Guo, ShuangZhuang; Hirdler, Tessa; Eide, Cindy R; Fan, Xiaoxiao; Tolar, Jakub; McAlpine, Michael.

In: Advanced Materials, Vol. 30, No. 23, 1707495, 06.06.2018.

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Zhu, Zhijie ; Guo, ShuangZhuang ; Hirdler, Tessa ; Eide, Cindy R ; Fan, Xiaoxiao ; Tolar, Jakub ; McAlpine, Michael. / 3D Printed Functional and Biological Materials on Moving Freeform Surfaces. In: Advanced Materials. 2018 ; Vol. 30, No. 23.
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