We develop and manufacture 3D printers that print many nano and micro filaments instead of a single filament. Such modification of traditional 3D printing technique requires specific know-how of creating high-voltage electrostatic field which turns polymers to nano and microfilaments.

Fibrous design of scaffolds mimics functional structures of extracellular matrixes and provides unmatched porosity, and nano- and micrometer-scaled topologies. Functionalized nano-/microstructured materials have potential in numerous biomedical applications including wound dressing, tissue engineering, drug delivery, bioactive molecules immobilization, and separation. 

Meet us in 3D MEDICAL PRINTING CONFERENCE & EXPO (January 30-31, 2019, MECC, Maastricht, The Netherlands) where we will exhibit our newly developed 3D fibre printing apparatuses.