CELLINK Pluronics

If you need to generate conduits and channels within your constructs look no further than CELLINK Pluronics. CELLINK Pluronics has excellent printability at room temperature and above, guaranteed to form continuous and small diameter filaments under the recommended printing conditions. Its excellent shape fidelity at warm temperatures make CELLINK Pluronics perfect for the fabrication of model vascularized tissues and microfluidic devices as it can be combined bioinks that may require slight warming such as GelMA or encapsulated post printing with cell containing biomaterials such as alginate, gelatin, GelMA, collagen, and fibrin where warming is necessary to accelerate gel formation. Simplify briefly cool down the construct and perfuse with cooled media and you are ready to culture your channel containing materials!

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Printability data

Conical tip (~23.4 °C)
This diagram displays the printability behaviour and characteristics of CELLINK Pluronics, when being printed with a 22G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4 °C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colours in the legend.

pluronics-22g,-conical-tip

Lines, 50 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 50 kPa.


Lines, 80 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 80 kPa.

Pluronics-22G-50KPa-for-web
Pluronics-22G-80 kpa for-web

Conical tip (~23.4 °C)
This diagram displays the printability behaviour and characteristics of CELLINK Pluronics, when being printed with a 25G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4 °C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colours in the legend.

pluronics-25g,-conical-tip

Lines, 62 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 62 kPa.


Lines, 90 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 90 kPa.

Pluronics-25G-62KPa-for-web
Pluronics-25G-90 kpa for-web

Conical tip (~23.4 °C)
This diagram displays the printability behaviour and characteristics of CELLINK Pluronics, when being printed with a 27G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4 °C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colours in the legend.

pluronics-27g,-conical-tip

Lines, 94 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 94 kPa.


Lines, 100 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 100 kPa.

Pluronics-27G-94KPa-for-web
Pluronics-27G-100 kpa for-web

22G

Conical tip (~23.4 °C)
This diagram displays the printability behaviour and characteristics of CELLINK Pluronics, when being printed with a 22G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4 °C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colours in the legend.

pluronics-22g,-conical-tip

Lines, 50 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 50 kPa.


Lines, 80 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 80 kPa.

Pluronics-22G-50KPa-for-web
Pluronics-22G-80 kpa for-web

25G

Conical tip (~23.4 °C)
This diagram displays the printability behaviour and characteristics of CELLINK Pluronics, when being printed with a 25G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4 °C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colours in the legend.

pluronics-25g,-conical-tip

Lines, 62 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 62 kPa.


Lines, 90 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 90 kPa.

Pluronics-25G-62KPa-for-web
Pluronics-25G-90 kpa for-web

27G

Conical tip (~23.4 °C)
This diagram displays the printability behaviour and characteristics of CELLINK Pluronics, when being printed with a 27G conical tip at room temperature (approx. 23.4 °C). The different lines correspond to different printing pressures, as indicated by the colours in the legend.

pluronics-27g,-conical-tip

Lines, 94 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 94 kPa.


Lines, 100 kPa
In order to assess printability one has to consider a lot of factors. Here we can see how CELLINK Pluronics performs when printing straight lines, using a printing pressure of 100 kPa.

Pluronics-27G-94KPa-for-web
Pluronics-27G-100 kpa for-web