3D Bioprinting, Simplified

Bring your work to life with Allevi 3D bioprinters, materials, and reagents

Allevi A3 Bioprinter

Patented Core Printheads

The patented Cell Optimized Removable Extruders (CORETM) are engineered to ensure high viability across a wide range of bioinks. UV and Blue LED Photocuring and homogeneous cooling and heating components allow you to print everything from hard to soft tissues without having to purchase additional printheads.
Patented Core Printheads

Smart Calibration

Auto-calibration comes standard on Allevi 1 & Allevi 3 bioprinters. Choose any needle tip and any print dish and your bioprinter will automatically calibrate the printheads.
Smart Calibration

Print Bed for Every Dish

The Allevi print bed is designed to fit different printing dishes with inserts for slides, petri dishes, and well plates.
Print Bed for Every Dish

Versatility

Allevi bioprinters allow you to print with any cell-line in any bioink to create any geometry for any application that you can imagine.
Versatility of Allevi

Extrusion Bioprinting

Powerful and automatic pressure regulators allow you to easily control the flow of a wide range of viscosities from soft hydrogels to thermoplastics. Control the extrusion rate from your Allevi software and even save print profiles for future work.
Extrusion Bioprinting

Designed for Sterility

Designed with your workflow in mind. From testing on a lab bench to working with cells in a tissue culture hood, Allevi bioprinters are portable and easy to sterilize under your cell-culture hood. No doors to get in your way – we know how you work.
Designed for Sterility

Precision

Linear rails ensure single micron movements on X, Y, & Z axes. This precision allows you to easily print into well-plates and seed cells.
Linear rails ensure single micron movements on X, Y, & Z axes.

Bioprinting Workflow, Streamlined

Allevi provides comprehensive 3D bioprinting solutions that tailors to each milestone of your bioprinting journey

Bioprinting Applications, Explained

Organ-On-A-Chip

Microfluidic devices containing tissues or cells in controlled mircoenvironment to maintain tissue-specific functions in vitro
Accelerating
  • Drug discovery + screening
  • Cancer biology
  • Clinical research
  • Vaccine development
Bioprinting Applications, Explained

Tissue Engineering

Biomaterial-based systems containing scaffords, cells and bioactive molecules to create functional tissues to restore, mainatin or improve damaged tissues or organs
Accelerating
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Wound healing
  • Organ transplant and grafts
  • Stem cell research and therapeutics
Bioprinting Applications, Explained

3D Disease Modeling

3D in vitro culture systems that recapitulate the function, structures and genetic signatures of the original in vivo tissue or tumor microenvironment
Accelerating
  • Translational medicine
  • Cancer biology
  • Clinical research
  • Vaccine development
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Allevi A1 Bioprinter

Designed to do more for less. With the smallest footprint and widest material capabilities of any 3D bioprinter on the market, you’re going to love using the Allevi 1

Allevi A3 Bioprinter

Our most versatile lab-adapted, 3D bioprinter. Designed and optimized for research in tissue engineering, drug delivery, disease modeling and everything in-between

Allevi A2 Bioprinter

Your best-in-class entry level 3D bioprinter. Packing all the key features: duo temperature-controlled printheads and photocuring, the Allevi 2 delivers unmatched precision and versatility.

Why 3D Bioprinting?

3D bioprinting allows researchers to create custom 3D tissues for research, investigate new disease models, formulate the next generation of bioinks, and study the body outside the body with a level of freedom and ease-of-use that was simply not possible as recently as 10 years ago.

Since we launched our first bioprinter, the first commercial desktop bioprinter in the world, our incredible community of users all over the globe has worked on groundbreaking research for the development of sugar stents to one day help surgeons join veins with fewer complications, systems for improved drug delivery, disease models for drug screening, and the bioprinting of tissues with translational aspirations in regenerative medicine. Check out our publications page to learn more about the work our users are doing.

Allevi by 3D Systems recognizes the power of democratizing technologies for scientists. We are proud partners of research institutions worldwide, enabling the study of bioprinting to one day achieve the enormous goals we have for the field: producing tissues that can better recapitulate human physiology for more effective drug testing, 3D bioprinting drug delivery systems for efficient and guided application of drugs to pathological sites, and printing tissues for regenerative (and personalized) medicine.

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FDA Modernization Act highlights advances in animal-free preclinical models

What if we could decrease pharmaceutical development’s dependence on animal studies while increasing clinical trial success and developing more safe and effective drugs? A bill recently passed unanimously by the United States Senate is at the heart of this discussion and can pave the way for the adoption of technologies that enable overcoming this challenging goal.

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New bioink based on keratin and chitosan able to support stem cell growth

With recent advances in 3D bioprinting technology we welcome the development of new biomaterials and bioinks. Yu and colleagues, a group of researchers based in Taiwan, presents a potential new photocrosslinkable bioink based on keratin and chitosan that supports stem cell and spheroid loading and culture, paving ways for cell-laden biofabricated hydrogels development.

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