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    Title: 組織工程用冷凍成型製造系統 之自動化製作流程開發;Development of Automatic Process to Frozen-Form Fabrication System for Tissue Engineering
    Authors: 杜方傑;Tu,Fang-Chieh
    Contributors: 機械工程學系
    Keywords: 組織工程;生物支架;積層製造;tissue engineering;bio-scaffold;additive manufacturing
    Date: 2015-08-25
    Issue Date: 2015-09-23 15:29:57 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 組織工程的目的在於使用人造生物支架的方法解決人體組織移植和修復等問題。近年來隨著積層製造技術的普及,有越來越多人使用積層製造技術製作生物支架。本研究的目的即在於發展出一套生物支架用積層製造系統,並利用本研究所發展的系統製作出高品質的生物支架。
    ;The purpose of tissue engineering is to repair or to replace human tissue by artificial scaffolds. In recent years, additive manufacturing technique has become popular. More and more researchers attempt to fabricate scaffolds by using such techniques. This study aimed to develop a novel additive manufacturing system for fabricating high quality bio-scaffolds.
    In this study, an automatic bio-scaffolds manufacturing system based on frozen form fabrication technique was developed. Unlike conventional additive manufacturing system, the proposed system used a SCARA and a Z axis stage instead of 3 axis stage as its motion module. The system also contains a low-temperature control module and a dispensing module. A control program integrated the above modules based on C# programing language and an automatic process for bio-scaffolds fabrication were also developed. The control program consisted of a user interface, which enabled users to monitor equipment of the system. The automatic process consisted of carefully designed parameters and modified tool path algorithms, which can modify the motion of the SCARA. Users can fabricate bio-scaffolds by input parameters into the interface.
    Finally, this study has conducted several experiments to verify the feasibility of above parameters and algorithms. Proving they can modify motions of the robotic arm, and can enhance the quality of bio-scaffolds.
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