THE BIOPRINTING TECHNOLOGY


Intensive development of modern technologies gives the opportunity to look for new solutions in the field of 3D printing in a variety of applications. One of its branches is bio 3D printing - a rapidly growing field of modern technology and medicine. This technology allows the additive production of hydrogel structures with biological material, giving a broad perspective of potential applications. 3D bioprinting is currently the only method that allows the production of precise biomedical structures from various types of biological materials.


SKAFFOSYS Lite bioprinter - technical data


  • Technology: mechanical extrusion of gel materials
  • Dimensions of the bioprinter:: 305 x 325 x 400 mm
  • Maximum build area: 170 x 125 x 80 mm
  • Types of materials: semi-liquid, gel and hydrogel materials
  • Process accuracy: 0.2 mm
  • Nozzle type: syringe, suitable for a maximum volume of 5ml

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THE BIOPRINTING CLUSTER


The Open Bioprinting Cluster is owned and run by CD3D Medical - the brand of CD3D Sp. z o.o., renowned polish company, active in 3D printing industry since 2013. The Cluster contains 21 SKAFFOSYS bioprinters and is the bigest installation of this type in Europe. CD3D Medical cooperates with the Laboratory of Molecular and Nanostructural Biophysics in Bionanopark, Poland, and provides complex scientific approach to conducted research.

What applications can be made with bioprinting?


CELL CULTURE

Creation of bioresorbable scaffolds for effective cell culture

REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Creation of bioresorbable scaffolds for regenerative medicine

NEW MEDICAL METHODS

Testing new therapies based on synthetic, biodegradable tissue models

FOOD & NUTRITION RESEARCH

Research on personalized food and alternative ways to create it


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