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alpha-cpm1

SUnp patented mini cell printer

ALPHA-CPM1 is SunP’s smallest, most portable printer in the ALPHA cell printing series. It has most of the functions of ALPHA-CPM1, but with a small size suitable for portability and to directly operate in a biological hood. This printer has a resolution of 5 microns on X, Y, & Z axis, and snap-on printing heads that can be easily installed and exchanged.

ALPHA-CPD1

SUnp patented desktop cell printer

ALPHA-CPD1 is a desktop/ bench-top bioprinter. It has a built-in HEPA filtration and UV sterilization system to maintain a sterile printing environment. The “build” area is completely isolated from the mechanical systems, providing a cell friendly environment. This printer offers 2 printing heads with a standard 10 mL BD syringe, commonly found in most research labs.

 

ALPHA-CPT1

Multi-nozzle 3D Cell Printing System

ALPHA-CPT1 is a tower style multi-nozzle 3D cell printing system  that allows bioprinting of complex 3D tissue constructs of in vitro biological models. This printing system offers a uniform temperature controlled printing environment for cell printing and for hydrogel structural formations. It also has a built-in HEPA filtration UV sterilization system. Additionally, this system has an HD imaging acquisition system that can monitor the printing process.

 

ALPHA-BP11

Multi-nozzle Low-Temperature Deposition 3D Printing System

ALPHA-BP11 is a multi-nozzle 3D bioprinting system for tissue engineering scaffolds. Its Low-Temperature Deposition technique allows 3D printing of customized designed tissue scaffolds with a complex internal architecture. The unique Low Temperature Deposition method integrates the freeze-drying process to achieve both controlled macro pores (a few hundred microns) for tissue scaffolds and micro pores (10 ~ 50 microns) in the printed microfilament. The fabricated scaffolds can undergo post-treatment with freeze-drying to obtain multi-level pores to improve its cell seeding density and cell growth.

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