Fluicell Biopixlar

Microfluidics-based bioprinting

Position cells with high resolution in 3D via microfluidics

  • Key Features

    • Single-cell resolution Design your biological tissue by printing down to the level of individual cells.
    • High-precision and reproducibility Structure your biological tissue by precisely controlling the spatial deposition of your living cells and benefit from high reproducibility across replicates.
    • >95 % cell viability The printing process is optimized to minimize the shear forces on the cell sample, achieving very high cell viability (cell viability was tested across multiple cell lines).
    • Multi-cellular models Compose your biological tissue by printing up to three different cell types from the same print-head. By changing the printhead, new cell types can be printed.
    • Real-time monitoring Follow your printing process in real-time with the fully integrated multi-color fluorescence imaging setup.
    • Ideal for valuable cell sources Biopixlar is designed for handling scarce and valuable cell sources such as stem cells, primary cells and patient biopsies.

Biopixlar is a completely new type of bioprinter with the unique capability to position cells in three dimensions with high resolution and precision.

Based on innovative Fluicell technology, Biopixlar is capable of generating detailed, multi-cellular biological tissues, directly in native cell culture media.

Biopixlar is all-in-one discovery platform that will help researchers around the globe to build novel tissue models for drug developmentdisease understanding and regenerative medicine research.

  • The Fluicell Biopixlar Bioprinter

    See the Biopixlar® bioprinter in action.

  • All
  • Biological Microscopy
  • Bioprinting
  • Confocal Microscopy
  • Digital Microscopy
  • Electron Microscopy
  • Fluorescent Microscopy
  • Light Microscopy
  • Live Cell Imaging
  • Microscopy
  • Molecular Biology
  • Multiphoton Microscopy
  • Optical Tomography
  • Optical Tweezers
  • Pre-clinical Imaging
  • Protein
  • Quantitative Phase Imaging
  • Small Molecule
  • Super Resolution Microscopy
  • TEM
  • Tomographic Microscopy