The Nano-Plotter 2.1 TM family is ideal to generate high-quality spots by non-contact microdispensing of sub-nanoliter volumes. The versatile “drop on demand” piezo technology allows the placement of very small drops onto various surfaces, but also the mixing of samples into pre-filled cavities to run nano-assays.
NP2.1 TM features a unique type of piezoelectric pipet tips made from silicon and glass chips. These tips accept a wide range of biochemical and other liquid substances. The droplet volume range goes from 0.06 to 0.5 Nanolitres. All tie into all NP2.1 versions.
Microarrays & Service:
GeSiM offers free feasibility tests for those who intend to purchase a non-contact microarrayer.
Solenoid valve dispensers extend the volume range of the Nano-PlotterTM. The pressurized valves are extremely fast and eject single drops in the range from 40...350 Nanolitres by Spot-On-the-Fly.
NP2.1 offers versatility for research and flexibility for production:
- Microarrays for research and diagnostics
- Spotting of cells and beads onto arbitrary targets
- Pipetting of miniaturized assays
- Loading of biosensors
A biochip wafer developed by FhG-ISIT on the Nano-Plotter TM. A camera system can be configured for automatic alignment of the piezo dispensers above tiny patterns.
June 2017: Laborjournal, issue 6/2017, introduces to the field of 3D printing in regenerative medicine.
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