3D Bioprinting is a tool for making three-dimensional tissue and cell culture models for research
In this technique desired cell line or lines are combined with hydrogel-based support materials called bioinks. This allows to freely define and build new tissue-like structuress, spheroids, organoids etc. for research purposes. 3D bioprinting is a state-of-the-art technique now affordably available for every research group, whether your interest is to improve the culture conditions of your cell models or to investigate the unmapped seas of regenerative medicine!
CELLINK Instruments for making 3D tissue and cell culture models
The BIO X is the flagship model of the Cellink’s bioprinters with clean chamber technology, three exchangeable printheads (for different applications and approaches) and a touch screen.
The Inkredible+ is a more basic model with clean chamber technology and two fixed printheads. This unit provides you cost effective bioprinting.
More than 1000 labs are already using Cellinks products around the globe Read more here.
CELLINK provides a large selection of different support materials for your tissue and cell culture models. Available dozens of different BioInks and Kits. Read more.
There is also a BioInk Selection Guide available for your convenience. Go to Selection Guide.
Blog: Bioprinting – the future of research: how to get started. Our Product Manager Katja-Riikka Louhi (PhD) writes on her blog post about Bioprinting and its benefits, How to get started with Bioprinting? How to choose the bio ink? and What about vascularized structures? Read more on our blog.