3D (Bio)Printing Platform

Jan. 18, 2020

The modular 3D (bio)printing platform, Brinter, combines several 3D printing technologies into a single device enabling genuine multi-material printing of materials ranging from pastes and gels incorporating living cells to granulates of plastic-free cellulose or metal injection molding (MIM) materials. Thanks to the Brinter platform, rapid R&D changes and shorter lead times are becoming commonplace both in the lab-scale research as well as in the mass-production of complex-shaped industrial components.


The 3D BioPrinter reads in data from a CAD model (.STL format) and utilizes the layer-by-layer method to deposit bioink, i.e., the mixture of cells, supporting matrix material, and nutrients, to create tissue-like constructs.

  • Modular concept
    • Easy change dispensing tool.
    • Cost-effective for future dispensing head application updates without the need to purchase a new printer.
    • Possibility to integrate 3rd party applications on request.
    • Possibility to upgrade from desktop to mass production use.
  • Automatic dispensing head change tool enabling printing of different materials in the same construct:
    • Low to high viscosity liquid materials (dispensed via syringe air pressure + cavity pump).
    • Low viscosity liquid materials (dispensed via syringe air pressure + valve).
    • Low to medium viscosity materials (dispensed via syringe air pressure).
    • Other dispensing heads possible according to customer requirements.
  • Automatic calibration system for the dispensing head
  • Optional heating function for the dispensing head.
  • Dispensing head compatible with standard Luer lock syringes and needles.
  • Axis movement area (XYZ) of Brinter 1 = 300 x 300 x 100 mm
  • Camera for online process view.
  • Germicidal and Photocuring LEDs.