“Living” artificial tissue arises from the combination of appropriated bioinks with cell cultures. The use of adult stem paves new ways in many fields of medicine, and regulatory issues make tissue engineering attractive for cosmetics industry.
3D printing is a usual approach to generate artificial tissues. Often several materials with different properties have to be arranged within one 3D object; an obstacle for the well-known cheap filament printers.
Superb printable bone replacement materials are available for the GeSiM bioprinters, 3D printed coatings are attractive to functionalize implants and add new features.
GeSiM 3D bioprinters are always modular, user configurable with a variety of different extrusion tools. E.g. finest gauzes are available from the Melt-Electro-Spinning Module, attractive option for wound healing research.
GeSiM offers three different product lines:
- BS3.3 Prime: The entry 3D bioprinter with three tool-axes, pneumatic and mechanical syringe extruders, UV-LED lamp. The complete package at attractive price already matches many tissue engineering applications.
- BS3.3: The GeSiM standard bioprinter with four tool axes requires individual configuration and is amenable for post-sales upgrades. The number of available tools extends the number of Z-axes, thus this instrument fits to almost all applications.
- BS5.1: Our largest bioprinters are designed for 24/7 operation, particularly BS5.1/E offers the largest building space of 3D bioprinters. It is a production scale instrument.
All GeSiM bioprinters come with the same user software, including a CAD interface for different formats and numerous settings to adapt to different printing materials.