3D Bioprinter

CLECELL provides state-of-the-art 3D bioprinting technologies.

We provide Ideal solutions for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine R&D activities

Low viscosity collagen 3D lamination

Droplet-type printing and cross-linking through nebulizer allows low viscosity material output available.

Therefore, researchers may use collagen based bio-inks with low viscosity and build up skins, blood vessels, and organs similar to human organs.

3D Bioprinter using low viscosity material

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3D artificial ear output using composite material
(PCL + human cartilage tissue)

Composite-Structure printing

Installment of low viscosity droplet dispensers & high-low viscosity extrusion Submodules enables composite-structure printing with variety of different materials and complex fabrication.

Users may produce composite-material components with biomaterials and biocompatible polymers (PCL, PLGA).

5 Different ways of Crosslinking

Ordinary 3D bioprinters offer UV-Led and thermal crosslinking. However, CLECELL provides enzymatic, pH-sensitive, and chemical crosslinking additionally. It expands the potential bio-inks usage pool with virtually no limitation.

pH-sensitive
Collagen + NaHCO3
Enzymatic
Fibrinogen + Thrombin
Chemical
Alginate + CaCl2
UV-LED
GelMA(Gelatin methacrylate) + LAP(photoinitiator)
Thermal
Gelatin , Agar, Pluronic

Our lab result(example) of Enzymatic crosslink method

​Additional features

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Composite-Structure printing

Installment of low viscosity droplet dispensers & high-low viscosity extrusion Submodules enables composite-structure printing with a variety of different materials and complex fabrication.

Users may produce composite-material components with biomaterials and biocompatible polymers (PCL, PLGA).

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Nebulizer

Built-in nebulizers are used to crosslink ph-sensitive, chemical-enzymatic-cross linkable materials through the application of nebulized polymerizing microparticles (size 4 micrometer) with an adjustable power setting. 

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UV LED

The built-in UV-LED(365 nanometers) allows for photo-polymerization of printed biomaterials. The duration and intensity of the UV light are adjustable. Users can custom order different LED light wavelengths.

Submodule line up and key features

We offer four options of submodule with different viscosity, printing type, pressure range, material type, and temperature.

Feature
U-BIOLET™
U-BIOXT-LV™ Extruder
U-BIOXT-HV™ Extruders (low-temp)
U-BIOXT-HV™ Extruders (High-temp)
Material type
Sol
Sol / Gel
Gel
Gel / Pellet
Temperature
10~50℃
4~50℃
10~50℃
Room Temp ~ 180℃
Pressure range
0~15 psi
0~15 psi
0~114 psi
0~114 psi
Printing type
Droplet / non-contact
Extrusion / contact
Extrusion / contact
Extrusion / contact
Viscosity
Low
Low, Intermediate
High
High

Product Line Up

U-FAB MASTER

15 Independent Printing Submodules

For researchers/enterprises focusing on unconstrained printing of complex structures using variety of materials

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U-FAB ACTIVO

4 Independent Printing Submodules

For researchers/enterprises aiming to minimize time and space constraints with a compact desktop method

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