(3Ders.org) — South Korea’s Rokit announced that it has received $3 million from the South Korean government to develop a 3D bio-printing system for skin regeneration. Rokit, along with the Korean Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Hanyang University and the Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, will be focusing their efforts on developing a 3D bio-printer system that is capable of producing living tissues that are suitable for transplantation. In total, the project is expected to last three years.
Rokit has been among the fastest growing companies in Asia’s rapidly growing additive manufacturing industry. The company has already created a line of desktop 3D printers, including the H700, Pro, Multi, AEP, S and Chocosketch printer models.Tags: 3D bioprinting, 3D printing, H700. Chocosketch, Hanyang University, Korean Institute of Science and Technology, Rokit