Centimeter-scale structures are fabricated within seconds, making both design iterations and statistical studies straightforward.
Our optical approach can define three-dimensional light dose distributions with a resolution below 100 µm, regardless of print size.
Our software Apparite directly imports STL files of the construct and gives full control over object and print parameters.
Tomographic 3D printing rapidly solidifies photosensitive inks in three dimensions, using shaped light beams from multiple angles. As the entire build volume is illuminated simultaneously, centimeter-scale biological systems are produced in just a few seconds. After printing, the object is simply separated from the uncured ink and collected.
Our printing method is light-based, so it does not induce any shear stress on the printed cells. The remarkably low photoinitiator content (eg 1mg/mL LAP) and low light dose (<600 mJ/cm²) make tomographic bioprinting a cell-friendly technique.
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