If you are looking to 3D bioprint or microprint for your research, we have something for you. We are proud to introduce our new 3rd generation system, Bio3D SYN^.
Bio3D SYN^ is not just a bioprinter, it is an advanced robotic 3D printing system suitable for any research and scientific application, such as printing of whole cells, bacteria, proteins, bio-gels, polymers, food materials etc.
Our systems are not modified or ported from existing industrial or consumer 3D printers. They are specially designed and built for scientific and research applications.
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The first thing that comes to mind about “bioprinting” is the 3D printing of tissues and organs. Bioprinting is more than that.
Bioprinting is the precise depositing of biomaterials such as cells, proteins, bacteria and bio-gels in 2D or 3D. It can be used as a tool in high-throughput applications, or to mimic biological systems that are more closer and accurate to the actual living systems for research, testing and diagnosis.
Many studies have shown that biological substances such as cells, bacteria, matrices and proteins that are arranged in predetermined layouts and structures, function more accurately and consistently in lab conditions comparable to naturally-occurring environments.
Unlike other existing 3D printers and bioprinters, Bio3D SYN^ not only works with cells and bio-gels to print tissues, organs or scaffolds, it also supports a variety of different bio- and non-biomaterials all together in one single session.
With SYN^, you can explore a variety of materials and discover new research beyond biological applications. SYN^ brings many benefits to your research where they were previously almost impossible.
- Supports multiple material printing including bio- and non-bio materials all together in a single session.
- Upgradable and customisable modular printing heads.
- Superior XYZ resolution of 1 micron.
- Any number of printing heads, depending on your requirements.
- Printing speed ranging from 10 microns/min to 300,000 microns/min.
- Nozzle-to-Platform auto-alignment.
- Redesigned metallic chasis and frame for even better precision, accuracy and consistency.
- Proprietary anti-vibration levitating print platform.
- Supports different printing technologies including microextrusion, jetting and photopolymerisation.
- Fits any sizes and shapes of containers and labware on the print platform.
- Uses quality stainless steel nozzles.
- Real-time feedback and tracking.
- Future upgrades via add-ons.
- Built-in UV sterilisation.
- Remote viewing and control.
- Low switching and running cost.
- Highly versatile and customisable.
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- Antigens and Antibodies
- Cell Biology
- Drug Development & Testing
- Green Technology
- Health and Nutrition
- Materials Science
- Regenerative Medicine
- Stem Cells
- Tissue Engineering
- Constructing a 3D geometry of single type of cells.
- Constructing a 3D geometry made up of multiple cell types.
- Constructing 2 or more 3D geometries of different bacterial species and studying their interactions.
- Printing at least 1 bacterial colony with another mammalian cell type to study their interactions.
- Constructing a DNA-coated 3D geometry.
- Constructing 2D geometries.
- Constructing a hybrid geometry of tissue and electronics.
- Making or modifying a drug compound.
- Printing the first layer of plastic scaffold followed by printing of a layer of cells, and repeat to form a cell-infused bioscaffold.
- Printing drug capsules or tablets.
- Printing drug capsules or tablets with bioelectronics.
- Printing customised formulated food supplements.
- Printing body parts with cells, bio-gel and plastic components.
- The imagination is limitless!
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* Bio3D technologies and products are patents-pending.