All combined in a revolutionary biofabrication platform.
AxoDual X is the next generation tissue engineering and regenerative medicine device which combines melt electrowriting, pneumatic extrusion based bioprinting and mechanical driven extrusion based bioprinting on the same platform. This enables researchers to use melt electrowriting on the same platform with a bioprinter, which means scaffolds can be created with any type of polymers and inner structure.
Our Most Powerful Biofabrication
AxoDual X is our most powerful biofabrication plaftorm yet.
With its high mechanical precision and elevated system, AxoDual X is an easy to use, plug and play biofabrication platform.
Melt Electrowriting: Available
AxoDual X enables researchers to use melt electrowriting on the same platform with a bioprinter.
With different printhead options, AxoDual X becomes the tool of choice for your research. Heated, Cooled, Ink-Jet and Thermoplastic Filamet Extruder can be integrated to meet your specific research needs.
Wide Pressure and
AxoDual X has a wide pressure and temperature range to make sure your requirements are always met! We offer printhead solutions that can be heated up to 2500C and printbed that can be heated up to 600C. We also offer cooling systems to meet your needs. AxoDual X has a pressure range of 0 to 700 kPA.
With UV-C Sterilization system, AxoDual X is safe from contamination. As a researcher-centered company, we know how delicate stem cell they are. Our system uses UV-C to eliminate microbiological contamination. We also offer the necessary safety measures for you to use the platform outside of a biological safety cabinets.
Opportunities of Melt Electrowriting
Melt electrospinning is an emerging fibre-based manufacturing technique that can be used to design and build scaffolds suitable for many tissue engineering applications. Contrary to the widely used solution electrospinning, the melt process is solvent-free and therefore volatility and toxicity issues associated with solvents can be avoided. Furthermore, molten polymers are often viscous and non-conductive, making them candidates for generating electrospinning jets without electrical instabilities. This in turn permits a precise and predictable fibre deposition in the combination with moving collectors, termed melt electrospinning writing (MEW), allows the layer-by-layer fabrication of small to large volume scaffolds with specific designs, shapes and thicknesses. In vitro studies have demonstrated that scaffolds designed and fabricated via MEW can support cell attachment, proliferation and ECM formation, as well as cell infiltration throughout the thickness of the scaffold facilitated by the large pores and pore interconnectivity. Moreover, In vivo studies show that scaffolds designed for specific tissue regeneration strategies performed superbly. 
1. DOI: 10.1089/ten.TEB.2014.0347
Extrusion Based Bioprinting
Syringe Pump Printhead
Melt Electrowriting Current Range
8mA - 10mA DC
Melt Electrowriting High Voltage Range
5kV - 30kV DC
Melt Electrowriting Velocity
Piezoactuator Controlled Printhead
Extra Cooled Printhead
Maximum Printhead Tempature
Maximum Printbed Tempature
10W, 365nm/405nm UV-LED
2W, 275nm UV-C
Petri Dish, Culture Plates, PE Isolated Plate
110 x 110 x 80 mm
XY Resolution Per Microstep
Z Resolution Per Microstep
0 - 700 kPa
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