BioScaffold Printer 3.3 Prime

The BS3.3 Prime is the new affordable bioprinter from GeSiM, including a set of tools for easy printing of most popular bioinks. It comes with the full software package known from the larger GeSiM bioprinters.

Versatility Matters!

Different biopolymers require different extrusion methods:  This BioScaffold Printer BS5.1 is configured with temperature controlled pneumatic extruder, Nanolitre pipetting and mechanical piston extruder.

BioScaffold Printer 5.1/E

BS5.1/E - This bioprinter is the "working horse" for tissue engineering at production scale. It's powerful but silent motion system combines accuracy with 24/7 reliability.

BioScaffold Printer 3.2

The BioScaffolder 3.2 get's your cells in shape! This bioprinter accepts many bioinks and meltable polymers. Learn how to evolve your petri dish cell culture into an artificial piece of bone or skin.

Thin mesh printed by the MEW tool

Melt Electro Writing

High-voltage induced deposition of biopolymer fibres creates attractive growth environments for cells. (Image with courtesy from Dr. Cathal O'Connell, BioFab3D, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, Australia)

Algae Laden Scaffolds

Greetings from the plant kingdom: Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Algae cells) peaceful coexists with human cells printed into an alginate/hydrogel scaffold. Courtesy of Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research

Struts and Capsules

Fluorescence image of cell loaded Alginate capsules after printing with the GeSiM Bioscaffold printer. Courtesy of Institute of Biomaterials, Erlangen.

Development of Artifical Womens Breast

based on PCL-scaffolds. Tissue is regenerated by injecting patient-derived fat cells into the scaffold pores (Bellaseno GmbH).

The New Egg Style for Breakfast?

A thin mesh from PCL 50.000 was printed on a solid support. After detaching the flexible mesh can be moved. It adheres easily to the curved surface of the egg.