The µContactPrinter 4.1 replicates stamp patterns in soft polymers. It is a versatile benchtop instrument for doing microfluidics by nanoimprint lithography (NIL) and surface patterning on the nanoscale.
Honeycomb shaped picowells at 150 microns size were done by nanoimprint lithography (NIL). They consist of UV curable photoresist. Immersed in a cell culture media these structures accomodate a single cell in each cavity.
Courtesy of Bar-Illan University, Israel
Low budget micro-contact-printing is available through the PVM-A. It is on an inverted microscope, with external UV lamp and electronic/pneumatic control module (right).
June 2017: Laborjournal, issue 6/2017, introduces to the field of 3D printing in regenerative medicine.
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