3D Bioprinting

The future of medicine

3D Bioprinting is a revolutionary technology that’s accelerating advancement in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Bioprinting came to fore when the first patent associated with this technology was filed in 2003 and granted in 2006. Typically the Bioprinting process involves depositing the material or bioink layer by layer to create tissue like structures which can be used in tissue engineering fields or for research. In additions to tissue engineering, 3D bioprinting has now begun to integrate 3D printing of scaffolds which can be used to regenerate joints and ligaments.
By leveraging this technology,the CELLINK range of 3D bioprinters brought to the southeast Asian region by 3D Bots Singapore brings innovators and researchers yet closer and faster to a desired future of medicine.

Applications of 3D Bio Printers

Bioprinters while being exclusive to one field have a wide range of applications with the medical research arena. Cellink’s range of easy to use, benchtop bioprinters provide the user with an unmatched bioprinting experience.

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Owing to the adaptability of the bioprinters and the wide range of bioinks available for biofabrication and cell scaffolding, CELLINK’s range of bioprinters can support cartilage, skin, and tissue materials applications. Thereby providing the perfect solution for 3D Bioprinting and 3D cell culturing.

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3D printed organs and tissues can be used in drug discovery where researchers test new potential treatments and analyse effectiveness in initial stages. This would reduce the need for animal testing result in lower failure rates for clinical trials. Bioprinters enable cell biologists, clinicians and innovators to simplify complex processes of cell printing and deliver better medical results.

Products Available

3D Bots carries the following range of bioprintersfrom CELLINK –

Bio X

  • State-of-the-art Neocortex M1 internal computer with Heart OS
  • Standalone unit with a small lab footprint
  • Sterile, uses HEPA H14 dual filter top to retain 99.995% of all unwanted particles and microorganisms
  • Customisable, comes with 7 printing heads and can process a range of bioinks

INKREDIBLE

  • Uses UV crosslinking system for printing stronger structures
  • Pneumatic extrusion based 3D printing process is less damaging to cells
  • Adaptable to variety of materials
  • Supports most of the dominant operating systems

COMING SOON

Matribot

  • Bioprinter and Biodispenser
  • Designed for extracellular matrices – moves from 2D to 3D swiftly
  • Cooled printhead technology allows for excellent printing and dispensing of Extracellular Matrices and Cells

Cellink Go

  • Includes a Bioprinter, Bioinks, kits, curriculum and other related products
  • Education platform to help mold the scientists of the future by integrating 3D Bioprinting

Local Initiatives in this field

Being an early entrant in the field of additive manufacturing and now 3D bioprinting, Singapore has seen several partnerships and initiatives for the purpose of research & development in this field, and is being touted as the next global player in 3D bioprinting.  Given the rise in interest and activity in the 3D bioprinting in Singapore, independent innovators and researchers can use CELLINK’s range of easy to use, versatile bioprintersin pursuit to advance new drug discovery and the field of regenerative medicine. 3D bots also provides support throughout the sale process for complete range of CELLINK printers.

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