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Additive manufacturing technology is one of the fast growing manufacturing/fabrication process in all sectors. 3DP techniques are most widely used in biomedical or tissue-engineering applications is last decade. On the principle of 3DP technology, 3D bioprinting technology have been developed that are designed biological materials (Gelatin, CS, Collagen, PLA, PCL, Starch and etc.) and most widely used. Biological materials such as; blood vessels, organs, tissues and cells are most widely fabricated by using 3D bioprinting techniques for tissue and organ transplantations. Apart from organ and tissue printing 3D bioprinting are also used for in-vivo/in-vitro modelling, drug screening and drug delivery system. However, there are many limitations on the use of this technology. In this review paper, classification, advantages, materials used, limitations, and process of 3D bioprinting with applications of 3D bioprinting technology has been reviewed and discussed.