3D Bioprinting, Simplified
Bring your work to life with Allevi 3D bioprinters, materials, and reagents
Best in Class Bioprinting
Allevi bioprinters are designed and built to be better
Allevi bioprinters enable users to experiment with any biomaterial, work with any cell line, and print in any geometry. Print anything from brain to bone with Allevi bioprinters.
Easy to Use
Our platform empowers novice and expert 3D bioprinting users alike to quickly and easily achieve their goals. Focus on your work, we do the rest.
Precision engineered for a wide range of applications, Allevi bioprinters have the power to accelerate your research. Over 350 labs worldwide rely on Allevi.
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Allevi 3 Bioprinter
The bioprinter for pharmaceutical development, tissue engineering, and everything in between.
With the smallest footprint and widest material capabilities of any 3D bioprinter on the market, you’re going to love using the Allevi 1.
The Allevi 2 is the world’s first desktop 3D bioprinter. It is a beautifully designed, precision manufactured 3D bioprinter that prints cells and bioinks.
Why 3D Bioprinting?
3D bioprinting allows researchers to model disease, create custom 3D tissue, and study the body outside the body with a level of control and repeatability that was simply not possible as recently as 5 years ago.
For pharmaceutical development, 3D bioprinting offers a means of testing drugs faster, at a lower cost, and with greater biological relevance than animal testing or 2D in vitro studies.
Personalized and regenerative medicine continue to grow in popularity, and bioprinting will give doctors and researchers the tools to better target treatments and improve patient outcomes.
Over 110,000 people in the US alone are on the organ transplant waiting list at any given time. There’s a large and growing need for an alternative to organ and tissue donation. 3D bioprinting is an exciting new tool with the potential to eliminate the organ transplant waiting list
In their recent publication, Allevi authors, Abraham Samuel Finny, Cindy Jiang, and Silvana Andreescu developed a custom bioink which they can print into a skin safe UV sensor. Such a sensor could be used as an exciting safety tool against
Every month, a research paper reporting a new bioink or modification of an existing one is published. All these new options provide increasingly more specialized materials for specific applications. However, their use cases often are limited. Thus, when you are
Philadelphia, PA – Allevi Inc., a leader in the field of 3D bioprinting, announces that Taciana Pereira has been named as its Chief Scientific Officer. Taci has been at Allevi since 2017 and was previously the Vice President of Life