It is no surprise that recent advances in 3D cell culture models have greatly contributed to the understanding of organ function and disease, encouraging the development of new therapies. One such recent development is an enhanced 3D liver model created
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Allevi bioprinters enable users to experiment with a wide range of biomaterials and cells, with geometrical freedom. Print experimental tissues from brain to bone with Allevi bioprinters.
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Allevi 3 Bioprinter
The bioprinter for tissue engineering, materials science research, 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 with cells and bioinks.
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.
The field of regenerative medicine in joint disorders has progressed in the last month with help from researchers at Trinity College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland. Researchers from the Centre for Biomedical Engineering created a novel articular cartilage scaffold for potential
Engineers often rely on Mother Nature to help solve difficult problems. After millions of years of evolution, living organisms such as plants, animals, and microbes have discovered how to survive in even the harshest of environments. Often times, organisms from
The liver plays an incredibly important role in the human body by metabolizing drugs and other compounds. Developing accurate in vitro liver models to study is a critical step in better understanding the biological dynamics of our bodies and removing