The fastest and most accurate way to print cells, bio- and non-bio materials for

Research · Pharmaceutical · Medical

Bio3D Life-Printer is world's first true modular bio-printer.

It is easy to use, precise, consistent

and fully customisable for different applications.

Benefits of Life-Printer

Quick and Automated

Bio3D Life-Printer is controlled by software and powered by sensitive electronics and mechanical parts. It moves, pipettes, seeds cells, coats surfaces, prints and does a whole lot other lab processes much faster than what an average person can do especially at a larger scale. It saves you time and allows you to spend more time on your actual research work.

Precise

Compared to a normal 3D printer, Bio3D Life-Printer was designed with a consistent precision of less than 10 microns.

Easy to Use

Bio3D Life-Printer is fully controlled and managed by a user-friendly graphical interface on a Windows 8 tablet. Code and design your structures easily with our Bio3D EASY Editor and Visual Editor. With integrated laser guides, you can also easily lay out your set-up and monitor the progress.

Versatile

As the world's first modular and fully customisable bio-printer, Bio3D Life-Printer offers you utmost versatility for your research. No need to purchase a whole new system again for different applications. You can even customise the extruders and bed.

Predictability and Consistency

Since Bio3D Life-Printer is designed and fitted with precise electronics, every experiment and study remains constant, predictable and traceable, giving you more time to plan and less time to troubleshoot.

Affordable

Bio3D Life-Printer is designed by researchers for the researchers. Thus we strive to keep initial cost and maintenance cost low to encourage the adoption of 3D bio-printing and more breakthroughs.

Applications

Bio3D Life-Printer is great for growing multiple layers of cells and tissues in 3D, ideal for cancer, stem cell and regenerative medicine research. Scientists can also print in 2D format for high-throughput studies.

Researchers can also study the interactions of different cells, molecules and materials in a 3D/2D environment by printing different materials together. For example, different species of bacteria can be printed in different geometries next to each other to study their interactions with one another.

Bio-printing can lay different cells and tissues suitable for diagnostics as well for medical research.

It is also predicted that 3D printed tissues can eventually be used for human organ transplants. The first 3D printed human organ to be approved will probably be the skin.

Bio-printing can speed up and lower the cost for drug development and testing.

Instead of developing and screening drugs by the traditional, tedious, slow and expensive methods, pharma companies can now make use of Bio3D Life-Printer's precision, automation and versatility to develop and screen drugs faster. Our versatility also means that companies and researchers can now use a single system for different applications without the need to constantly purchase new systems.

Pharma companies can also use Bio3D Life-Printer to create an "organ-on-chip" to better represent a human body for drug testing.

Patients and individuals sometimes require different nutritional requirements due to disease, age and level of activity. They will require a personalise diet or medicine. Bio-printing can help to research and develop such nutrition supplements and even food that are specially catered to each individual. This saves cost, time and is very versatile.

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