|Buy the GeSim BioScaffolder 2.1|
|Basic specs||Price:$ 100,000 - $ 250,000100 000 € - 250 000 €78,462 £ - 196,156 £10,559,100 ¥ - 26,397,750 ¥ The prices we display are estimates and can differ from the actual market prices. Prices vary by resellers and countries.|
|Build volume||124 x 345 x 40 mm|
GeSim BioScaffolder 2.1 review
The GeSim BioScaffolder 2.1 is a 3D bioprinter made by GeSiM. This company is a supplier of instrumentation and services for low-volume liquid handling and microfluidics based in Germany. GeSiM was created in 1995.
Bioprinting is the precise depositing of biomaterials such as cells, proteins, bacteria and bio-gels in 2D or 3D. This technology can be used as a tool in high-throughput applications, or to mimic biological systems that are more closer and accurate to the actual living systems for research, testing and diagnosis.
The GeSim BioScaffolder 2.1 is a modular instrument platform with up to four independent z-axes for running several dispensing tools ideally suited to fabricate bio-scaffolds in which differentiable cells can be seeded. The print head of the GeSim Bioscaffolder 2.1 operates up to three pneumatic dispense cartridges for 3D printing high-viscous paste, along with a piezoelectric Nanoliter pipetting unit in option. Each tool is controlled by separate z-stepper motors.
Individual configurations of the GeSim BioScaffolder 2.1 starting with a single axis pneumatic dispenser are available. GeSim also offers postsales upgrades.
|Price The prices we display are estimates and can differ from the actual market prices. Prices vary by resellers and countries.||$ 100,000 - $ 250,000100 000 € - 250 000 €78,462 £ - 196,156 £10,559,100 ¥ - 26,397,750 ¥|
|Max. build size||124 x 345 x 40 mm|
|Max. build volume||1.7112 L|
|Min. layer thickness||0.01 mm0 in|
|XY accuracy||0.002 mm0 in|
|Max. print speed||—|
|Dimensions||975.36 × 622.3 × 772.16 mm38.4 × 24.5 × 30.4 in|
|Power input||115-240V AC|
|Heated build chamber||—|
|Independent Dual Extruder (IDEX)||—|
|Multiple extruders (3+)||—|
|Freeform (robotic arm)||—|