What is 3D Bioprinting Technology?


Bioprinting is in essence the 3D deposition of biologically active materials printing of bio-materials such as cells, proteins, bacteria and bio-gels. It is a method where biomaterials can be built into precise 2D structures for high-throughput applications, or layer by layer into 3D structures for a more accurate and reliable representation of biological systems for research, testing and diagnosis.


Many past and ongoing studies have shown that biological substances such as cells, bacteria, matrices and proteins that are arranged in pre-determined layouts and structures, function more accurately and consistently in lab conditions comparable to naturally-occurring environments.


How can bioprinting help me?


Bio3D Life-Printer is the world’s first and unique true bio-printer. While many other bio-printers focus on scaffold printing, tissues and organ printing, our Life-Printer is the first modular bio- printer to give you the options and ultimate versatility to use bio-printing and micro-printing affordably in any life sciences, physical, chemistry or engineering studies. You can also explore with more materials including bio-materials, plastics and even metals in the future.


Features


  • Supports multiple material printing including bio and non-bio materials all together in a single session.
  • Upgradable modular printing heads.
  • Unlimited number of printing heads.
  • Precision of less than 1 micron in super precious mode.
  • Improved predictability and consistency.
  • Fits any sizes and shapes of containers and labware on the print platform.
  • Easy levelling platform for accurate production.
  • Bio3D EASY Editor for precise coding in an easy to understand language.
  • Bio3D Visual Editor for graphical designing of structures and designs.
  • Anti-vibration pads.
  • Uses standard consumables.

  • Research Applications


    Are you a research scientist who carries out research in the following areas, then our bioprinting technology can help you to produce structures which can help to enhance your research:


  • Antigens and Antibodies
  • Bacteriology
  • Biofilms
  • Biomaterials
  • Cancers
  • Cell Biology
  • Diagnosis
  • Drug Development & Testing
  • Embryogenesis
  • Renewable Technology
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Materials Science
  • Protein Science
  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Stem Cells
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Toxicology
  • Virology

  • Who should procure a machine?


    The field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine is an exciting new science that may yield future advances in producing new treatments.


  • Research establishments
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Hospitals
  • Testing Laboratories
  • Universities
  • Further Education Colleges

  • This technology facilitates the 3D-Bioprinting of self-organising structures that result in the production of functional tissue which has useful mechanical, metabolic and biological properties which are:


  • Innervated
  • Vascularised
  • Patient Specific
  • Self-healing
  • Without mutagenesis