Where science fiction meets reality
Discover endless 3D print possibilities for microfluidic research and life sciences.
3D printing to help fight cardiovascular disease
“The micro-structures we are making here with our Asiga 3D printer really give us that edge, more functionality and something that more closely resembles what an adult human heart would look like.”
Dr Jordan Thorpe,
Victor Change Cardiac Research Institute
Globally trusted by leading universities and research institutes for producing functional chip layouts for bio sequencing and sample analysis.
Benefit from accurate pixel placement and consistent Z layer formation thanks to our SPS technology and internal radiometer.
Endless material possibilities
Benefit from unlimited access to over 500 materials in our Open Material Library or build your own material profile.
If you are developing your own 3D printing materials then we can guide you on how to generate your own custom material curing profile. Our 3D printing technologies are capable of handling material viscosities of up to 10,000cP (centipoise). It’s your 3D printer, you decide which material to use.
Access a variety of print control settings including motion control, LED intensity, heater controls and waiting times to make the Asiga 3D printer an invaluable laboratory asset and help you drive cutting edge material research.
Guiding cancer therapy
Inexpensive 3D printed microfluidics device could be used to personalise cancer treatment.
MIT and Draper researchers have 3D printed a novel microfluidic device that simulates cancer treatments on biopsied tumour tissue, so clinicians can better examine how individual patients will respond to different therapeutics — before administering a single dose.
“Asiga printers are an ideal platform for developing complex microfluidics that might decisively contribute to improve healthcare”
Luis Fernando Velasquez-Garcia,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Open Material Freedom
With more than 500 materials available at your finger-tips take control of your output. Unlimited access to many of the world’s leading 3D print polymers today, tomorrow and in the future.
Future-proof your business and stay up-to-date with the latest material developments from those who do it best. Optimised, validated, approved materials ready for ‘plug & play’ integration into your workflow.
Nobody does it better!
Visit our learning centre to see how our products are used for Microfluidics, read customer stories and learn how others are integrating digital technologies.
Asiga 3D printers are used to 3D print intricate frameworks that aid the development of tissue cultures into organoids.
These organoids then form part of tissue development research and drug effectiveness revolutionising the field of new drug discovery.
See how the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute are using the Asiga MAX X in their cutting-edge research centre.
Small runs or high volume?
Selecting an Asiga 3D printer is simple. Resolution and detail definition are important so we recommend the printers listed below for microfluidics. These provide the highest definition in our 3D printer line-up.
MAX X27 UV
Need more volume? Consider the MAX X35 UV
PRO 4K45 UV
High volume / larger parts
Need more volume? Consider the PRO 4K65 UV
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
See how the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), the world’s leading research centre for accelerator, particle and astroparticle physics is using the Asiga MAX X.
High detail PDMS moulds
3D print high detail PDMS moulds in a range of functional polymers. Find a material that offers the resolution and mould release properties for your next project.
Shape memory polymers
See how researchers from the Casali Center for Applied Chemistry are using Asiga 3D printers to develop Shape Memory Polymers.
3D printers for microfluidics
Contact us today to find out how Asiga 3D printers can enhance your digital capabilities.