Applications

A PERSONALIZED BIOPRINTING PLATFORM, DESIGNED TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS

We provide versatile and fully customizable bioprinting platforms for our customers’ application needs, combining multiple printing technologies in a single 3D bioprinting process, from cell suspensions to thermoplastic and biomaterial printing.

HUMAN SKIN PRINTING

Facilitate the construction of human skin equivalents for wound healing research, cosmetic product development or drug delivery solutions.

PERSONALIZED MEDICINE

Develop personalized therapeutic formulation fabrication processes, including high API loading and the incorporation of multiple actives in one personalized, solid dose form.

CELLULAR DRUG DISCOVERY MODELS

Create physiologically relevant human cellular models for target validation, disease modeling and drug discovery characterization.

THE REGENHU BIOPRINTING PLATFORM

BIOPRINTING INSTRUMENTS AND SOFTWARE TO COVER YOUR ENTIRE BIOFABRICATION NEEDS

PREPARE

YOUR EXPERIMENT

Calibrate the R-GEN Series quickly and use multiple methods to find the best approach to achieve your experiment goals.

 

DESIGN

YOUR PROJECT

SHAPER software allows you to easily design 2D and 3D constructs, define your material and labware, and manage the entire bioprinting project​.

 

DEFINE

YOUR PROTOCOL

Specify your printing protocol precisely, including calibration, dispensing parameters and non-dispensing actions to define the entire process sequence.

 

PRINT

YOUR CONSTRUCT

Execute your printing process by combining and managing multiple technologies with a highly precise and reliable robotic control system.​

MONITOR

YOUR PROCESS

Monitor and refine printing parameters in real time to ensure optimum protocol conditions are executed.

EVALUATE

YOUR RESULT

Obtain the best results and highest quality bioprinting through our accurate instrument and process observation system.

LATEST NEWS

14.01.2021

Meet Clara García , a researcher at CIC bioMAGUNE who is harnessing the power of bioprinting to develop 3D cell models to help shed more light on cancer and tissue tumor growth.

16.12.2020

Meet Barbara Rothen , a researcher and professor of BioNanomaterials at The Adolphe Merkle Institute who is developing a 3D model of the omentum to advance ovarian cancer research.

18.11.2020

Meet Fiona Freeman, a researcher from the Trinity College and Brigham and Women’s Hospital who is committed to finding solutions to improve the lives of those affected by bone cancer through the power of bioprinting.