The BIO MDX series is backed by more than 25 years of research and development
CELLINK has announced the launch of the BIO MDX™ Series, the next generation of bioprinters designed for high-throughput biofabrication and precision 3D bioprinting for biomedical manufacturing, including biocompatible medical devices. Over the past 5 years, as bioprinting has increasingly become the method of choice for researchers in tissue engineering, cell culturing and regenerative medicine, there has been a greater need for improved automation, precision, and reproducibility across fabrication methods. With up to six printheads, nanoliter and picoliter dispensing channels and easy robotic integration, the BIO MDX and BIO MDX+ bioprinters have been specifically designed to meet the demands of the ever-advancing cell-based technologies.
The BIO MDX series is backed by more than 25 years of research and development. Equipped with technology found on SCIENION arrayers, these bioprinters represents the first cross business systems for the CELLINK Group. Demonstrating a successful integration of SCIENION’s intellectual property with CELLLINK’s bioprinting expertise. This launch further illustrates our commitment to the bioconvergence revolution by bringing forward new technologies to solve the most pressing challenges in the life sciences.
“Leveraging synergies across the group, this launch represents an important step toward developing systems and solutions that bring CELLINK closer to patient care and creating the future of medicine. Biomedical manufacturing has desperately needed improved technologies, and the BIO MDX Series provides just that,” says Héctor Martínez, CELLINK CTO.
“Bioprinting is increasing in stature within the life sciences. In order to grow with our customers, it is essential that we continue to push the industry forward and develop the latest and greatest technologies. The BIO MDX represents exactly this and goes a long way in strengthening what is already a robust bioprinting product portfolio,” says Artur Aira, CELLINK Bioprinting Business Area Manager.
Source: Company Press Release