No other technology can match the speed and resolution of the Holograph X
Holograph X is a high resolution holographic stereolithography, which enables bioprinting of extremely small structures.
The proprietary multiphoton laser system prints in biocompatible materials with up to 150,000 points of light/sec in a 3D pattern replicating a user generated structure. This allows for extremely rapid 3D printing of high-resolution structures that match human capillaries and the finest extracellular matrices. The printing process is non-toxic and can be performed in the presence of cells.
- We use a high energy laser to print a true-to-form holographic projection of a researcher designed or developed 3D CAD file.
- The laser light projection of the 3D image is transmitted into a liquid biopolymer that is crosslinked in milliseconds. Once the printing process is done, the structures can be washed with PBS or water and then used immediately.
- Printed structures have a shelf-life of up to 6 months at 4’C. The biopolymer is transplantable and compatible with extracellular matrix deposition.
- Structures can be seeded with numerous cell types and grown under standard tissue culture conditions.
- High resolution holographic stereolithography, which enables bioprinting of extremely small structures.
- The proprietary multiphoton laser system prints in biocompatible materials with up to 150,000 points of light/sec in a 3D pattern replicating a user generated structure.
- This allows for extremely rapid 3D printing of high resolution structures that match human capillaries and the finest extracellular matrices.
- The printing process is non-toxic and can be performed in the presence of cells.
- No other technology can match the speed and resolution of the Holograph X.
Enabling tomorrows’ applications
Print any vascular structure you can dream of
- Researchers can re-create any structure that matches a tissue they want to study.
- Bioinks maybe tuned to print with cells present for immediate local cell layering.
- Bioinks are tuneable such that they may promote or delay biodegradation post transplantation.
- Reliably create and re-create specific tissue architectures to study cell and tissue development.
Wide range of possible structures
- Any user-generated CAD file may be printed
- Software converts your tissue design into a biocompatible structure that is compatible with cellseeding, long-term cell culture, and animal transplantation.
- Biocompatible devices such as stents, patches, and drug delivery systems.
Enabling tomorrows’ applications
Minature organ replicas
- Mini-organs to mimic cell environments allowing for immune responses etc.
- Build your own complex organs on a chip – interfaces between microfluidics tubes as fine as 10 micrometers.
- Single cell encapsulation’ point and encapsulate’ rare cells to separate out later.
- Build tissue structures based on real tissue architecture. These structures can also be transplanted into animals once seeded with cells, allowing the study of human organoids
- Complex vascular systems that can be seeded with cells and used to develop 3D tissues.
State-of-the-art with infinite flexibility
- This is true optical based printing, that can create structures that other 3D printers can not – the multiphoton process allows printing within already printed structures.
- For example printing inside of already completed structures for local microencapsulation or development of unique surface archtectures is possible.
- Comes with Prellis/CELLINK Software that processes any CAD (.stl) file into a 3D printing hologram – including real tissue structures from scans of your own.