Our Bioprinting 3Dresyns for SLA, DLP, LCD, Inkjet and 3D Lithography, including nanoimprinting and Two Photon Polymerization 2PP, have several advantages for 3d printing scaffolds for tissue engineering applications:

  • rapid-fabrication, additive manufacturing
  • synthetic & bio-based, renewable, biocompatible and bioregenerative
  • high precisión and resolution down to 10-20 microns for SLA, DLP, LCD and Inkjet printing and 100 nm for 3D lithography, nanoimprinting, 2PP and similar nano fabrication techniques
  • availability of non toxic biological photo accelerants (photocatalysts) and "monomer free" bio based and synthetic resins
  • broad variety of structural mechanical properties; durable and non durable "biodegradable" biobased and synthetic  grades
  • customized design with control of:
    • hydrophilic-hydrophobic balance
    • rigidity-flexibility balance
    • mechanical resistance
    • drug release rate
    • bioabsorption speed
    • residuals and byproducts 
    Discover our SLA, DLP & LCD 3Dresyns for printing Bio Scaffolds, which have these features and benefits:
    • 100% biocompatible* without toxic risk pictograms
    • ulra  pure and safe, non cytotoxic after proper post processing*
    • ideal for bioprinting applications such as scaffolds, implants, and similar bioprinting applications
    • compatible, photocurable and printable with Envisiontec, Cellink, Allevi and other photo curable 3D Bio plotters / printers
    • compatible with most SLA, DLP, LCD printers

    Discover also our Biocompatible 3Dresyns for two photon polymerization 2PP and for nanoimprint Lithograpghy NIL

        The goal of tissue engineering is regeneration, restoration, or replacement of defective or injured functional living organs and tissues.
        Biomedical scaffolds made of bio-based and synthetic 3D resins are being used in biomedical and tissue engineering applications. These 3D printed scaffolds aim to replace or regenerate the native tissues functionality and structure.
        Scaffolds should have internal nano and micro scale pathways to facilitate cell attachment and migration, to transfer growth factors and waste products, and should have structural mechanical resistance during cell growth. Porous hydrophilic 3D structures provide cell affinity to facilitate proliferation, migration, attachment and differentiation and difussion of oxygen and nutrients.
        Our Bioprinting 3Dresyns  have been designed to control pore size distribution, pore volume, and pore interconnectivity of scaffolds without adding any solvents or toxic byproducts. They also provide enough mechanical properties and dimensional stability during cell growth. 

          Our biocompatible Bioprinting 3Dresyns are either durable or non durable (biodegradable) synthetic or bio-based systems. Both systems can be formulated to admit different levels of lipophilic and hydrophilic aliquots which can be pre or post added to create a natural in vivo environment, and to increase porosity for cell culture and implanting, while ensuring excellent SLA DLP and 3D lithographic printability of durable or biodegradable highly porous nano and micro detail structures. 

          3D structures printed with our Bioprinting 3Dresyns provide narrow pore size distribution and excellent cell affinity (cell viability, proliferation and spreading). These 3D printed structures have also improved mechanical properties without sacrifising nano and micro scale pore interconnectivity to ensure cell adhesion and proliferation.

          Our Bioprinting  3Dresyns can contain different synthetic and bio-based organic and inorganic porous nano and micro scale ingredients for increased mechanical properties, nano and micro porosity control and cell adhesion and proliferation, such as:

          • inorganic: porous silicate clays, tricalcium phosphate (TCP), others
          • organic: biological vegetable derivatives, others
            We are ready and open to design custom SLA DLP Bioprinting  3Dresyns for R&D and commercial organisations!
            Contact us to consult about Bioprinting 3Dresyns and your specific R&D projects at: info@3Dresyns.com