Member since: 2019
Great product especially for the price!
Application Area: Tissue engineering
"I think Cellink has very low prices compared to other companies, and even though it's cheaper, there are no problems with printing. Also, it has a dual extrusion system and temperature controller. The printer is compact and not very bulky as well."
Member since: 2018
Great 3D printer and customer service
Application Area:Tissue engineering
"INKREDIBLE+ is very easy to use and allows to get reproducible results. All CELLINK consumables I tried are characterized by high quality. Another important strength of this company is the customer service, Hector and his team are real expert in this field and they are willing to help with any doubt or question."
Member since: 2018
Organization: Medical University Innsbruck
Useful System to Step into the Field of Bioprinting
Application Area:Tissue engineering and drug discovery /validation
"First of all I would like to mention the great support by Hector Martinez and his team. The machine itself still has drawbacks problems to be solved - improvements can be made in software, communication between RepetierHost and Printer as well as in the generation of air-pressure. In general it is very useful to start into the field of 3D bioprinting."
Member since: 2018
Organization: Harvard Medical School
Inkredible+ : The Truly Incredible Bioprinter That Researchers Can Trust
"We have been using Inkredible+ 3D bio-printer for about 1.5 years. We were one of the early adopters of Inkredible+ (BioX was not on the market then, unfortunately) when there was almost no user feedback on the internet. We initially shortlisted two bio-printers (the other being a Philly-based 3D bio-printer company). There was a clear difference in CellInk's customer approach, product robustness, and confidence in their products, all of which made CellInk stand alone in the market of 3D bioprinting. We trusted the company and now looking back we think it was not a wrong decision to go with CellInk. The technical team has been very helpful in designing different biological structure/models whenever needed. The bioprinter itself is very robust, we never had a mechanical or electrical failure. CellInk also offers different bioinks, which the end users should optimize for their specific research applications. The software side of the instrument is not well developed yet. An integrated single software that can design/draw a model, generate/edit G codes, is yet to arrive. End users can benefit from Bioverse, an useful platform (yet less publicized) to share ideas, designs, and codes. To sum up, Inkredible+ is really incredible: a very good bioprinter, within budget, and from a company who doesn't forget their customers after selling their products."
The INKREDIBLE 3D bioprinter is a pneumatic-based extrusion bioprinter with dual print heads and UV LED curing system for bioprinting of complex human tissue models and organs for tissue engineering research. It is a cost-effective unit for innovators to enter the 3D bioprinting field and start bioprinting living tissues at ease. The INKREDIBLE+ can be used right on a lab bench thanks to our patented Clean Chamber Technology. With a HEPA filtered positive air pressure inside the printing chamber you can be sure that your bioprinting is sterile. Furthermore, the INKREDIBLE+ also contains a system for heating the cartridges, allowing for even more diverse uses in bioprinting.
THe INKREDIBLE Series can be controlled from the LCD controllers or they can be monitored through a computer with the use of the accompanied software. Your three-dimensional design files are translated into coordinates and instructions for the INKREDIBLE which allows the bioprinter to move according to a defined path. The bioprinting process works through the extrusion of a bioink or hydrogel biomaterial combined with human cells in a bottom-up, layer-by-layer fashion until a 3D construct is built. Once the construct has been bioprinted, it is crosslinked using the UV LED curing system or ionic solutions, depending on your bioink’s crosslinking requirements.