Discover your applications
Thanks to 3 printing techniques, our molecular printer offers great possibilities for the fabrication of functional arrays, molecular sensors and lab-on-a-chip platforms.
It is a powerful tool for biological, medical research and material science as well as fast prototyping.
Switchover between various printing modes allows for a high degree of flexibility during sample or device fabrication.
Automation of printing of single or multiplexed patterns makes our printer very easy to operate.
You can explore application examples on our YouTube channel.
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Depending on the ink – substrate chemistry you can print patterns that can be:
5 nm diameter dots (Thiols on Gold),
200 nm width lines (phospholipids on glass)
Application note -Lipid microarrays
1 µm diameter dots (azides on DBCO coated substrate)
5 – 30 µm diameter dots (proteins & antibodies spotted on GPTMS coated substrates)
Application note – Micropatterning for cell-based assays
click-chemistry of proteins on graphene
ring-opening reactions with inks stamped on GPTMS coated substrate
Appliation note-Printing Microarrays with Stamps
The choice of the probe to print or spot the inks with depends strongly on the type of the ink used and the pattern resolution you want to achieve.
If you have any questions regarding your molecules and inks of choice and how to use them with our selection of consumables for the Molecular Printer, simply contact us using the form below.
We will be happy to assist you in your project!