Holograph X uses a high-energy laser to print a true-to-form holographic projection
of a researcher-designed or developed 3D CAD file. This is true optical based printing,
that can create structures that other 3D printers can not – the multiphoton process allows printing within already printed structures.
No other technology can match the speed and resolution of the Holograph X. It is a high resolution holographic stereolithography, which enables bioprinting of extremely small structures.
Users can rapidly print high-resolution structures that replicate human capillaries and ultra-fine extracellular matrices. The printing process is nontoxic and can be performed
in the presence of cells – bioinks may be tuned to print with cells present for immediate local cell layering. Structures can be seeded with numerous cell types and grown under standard tissue culture conditions.
Biocompatible with devices such as stents, patches, and drug delivery systems.
This means possibility of printing mini-organs to mimic cell environments allowing
for immune responses etc. Printed structures have a shelf-life of up to six months at 4° C. The biopolymer is transplantable and compatible with extracellular matrix deposition