This video demonstrates how the BioBot™ Basic uses polar coordinates to complete 3D printing tasks.
Here we demonstrate the 6-axis robot arm picking up a tool then putting it back into place.
This video demonstrates the flexibility, speed, and range of motion of the 6-axis robotic arm.
Here you will see the channel system of our microfluidics platform generated using a sacrificial material. This step is part of our biofabrication strategy for creating the in vitro perfusion module (IPM). After the channels are printed, it is then covered with a mixture of native matrix material and cells.
The utilization of the 6-axis arm within the BioAssemblyBot® enables a complete workflow, illustrated here, where a tool is picked up and returned to its storage bay all in an automated fashion.
This video illustrates the design of structures within TSIM® based on the parameters present within multi-well plate formats, followed by the utilization of the pick-and-place tool to pick up a multi-well plate and placing it within a precise location in the print stage, demonstrating a biomanufacturing workflow. The precision of the system also enables structures to be printed into a single well of a 384-well plate.
An example of application of our integrated solution is to generate tissue patches for regenerative medicine, illustrated here.
This video demonstrates the workflow that begins with a patient-image data set. For this cleft palate patient, the area of interest was isolated and a space-filling model designed based upon the specific parameters of the patient. The heating tool is then used to create the structure designed out of a bone mimetic material.
3D Printing on Heart Model with Heart Scan