Invivo 3D Bioprinter
- Modular Dual Print Heads
- Wide Temperature Range
- Sterile Chamber for High Cell Viability
- Reliable High Resolution Printing
- Easy Touch Screen Interface
- Supports Many Biomaterials
Modular Dual Print Head Design
The Invivo 3D Bioprinter has been designed for maximum flexibility, with modular dual print heads. Filament extruders, syringe dispensers and pneumatic dispensers are all available, and can be quickly and easily exchanged during setup. The standard Invivo system can be configured with a filament extruder and syringe dispenser, and can be upgraded with the pneumatic dispenser, enchanted temperature control and a heated bed.
Rokit's filament extruder is suitable for a range of synthetic polymers such as PCL, PLGA, PLLA, PLA, and many more. The extruder can have a 0.2mm or 0.4mm nozzle, and heat filaments at up to 250°C.
The Invivo syringe dispenser can handle a variety of bioinks, powder mixtures such as hydroxyapatite and chitosan, and hydrogels such as collagen, gelatin and fibrin. Rokit's proprietary dispensing technology improves cell viability when dispensing bioinks. Dispensing temperature control between -5°C - 80°C and dedicated UV curing lamps can be added as upgrades.
An optional pneumatic dispenser for working with various types of polymers and high-viscosity materials requiring temperature and air pressure controller is also available. Material can be deposited at up to 350°C, and at 10 bar of pressure, making the pneumatic dispenser suitable for medical-grade polymers.
Sterile Environment for High Cell Viability
The printing chamber of the Invivo 3D Bioprinter is a closed environment. Cleanliness and sterility is maintained with an advanced HEPA air filtration system, and a UV sterilising lamp. This ensures a high cell viability when bioprinting.
User Friendly and Convenient Operation
Rokit's Invivo 3D Bioprinter is easy and intuitive to operate, with a user-friendly touch screen display. A simple graphical interface guides users through the setup procedure and allows the printing status to be monitored. Common setup tasks such as bed levelling are automated. An integrated camera allows users to visually monitor the progress of prints even when away from the printer.
Prints are prepared and configured with Rokit's NewCreatorK slicing software. NewCreatorK allows users to load 3D models, position and arrange them on the Invivo's bed, and configure printing options. Prints can then be uploaded to the Invivo via USB or Wi-Fi connection.
|Print Heads||Filament Extruder||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Temperature Control||Filament Extruder||Room Temperature to 80°C|
|Syringe Dispenser||-5°C to 80°C|
|Pneumatic Dispenser||Room Temperature to 350°C|
|Printing Bed||-5°C to 80°C|
|Air Pressure||Up to 1000 kPa|
|Nozzle Diameters||Filament Extruder||0.2mm and 0.4mm|
|Syringe Dispenser||0.08mm and 0.2mm|
|Pneumatic Dispenser||0.1mm and 0.5mm|
|Build Volume||100mm x 100mm x 80mm|
|Curing Methods||Chemical Cross-Linking|
|Sterilisation||UV Lamp - 12W, 254nm|
|H14 HEPA Filters|
|Interface||Touch Screen Display|
Inspired by Nature, Healthcare Innovation by Invivo. 3D Bioprinting of Human Tissues and Organs.