With JIMMI, we developed Bioprinting hardware for academic research labs working in tissue engineering and other related fields.
Several machines are pictured - including a Prusa i3 based kit (Open Bioprinter) and a handful of machines developed specifically for clients on the JIMMI 3D Printer platform.
Open Bioprinter was was piloted at the Summer Bioprinting Conference at U of T with a group of 20 MSc and PhD students. Participants in this event printed 3D structures in biocompatible alginate.
Clients: University of Toronto, John's Hopkins University and others.
Tags: Machine Engineering, Product Design, Digital Fabrication