Brinter Gets $1.2M in Seed Round to Expand Bioprinting
AnonymousJune 11, 2021 at 8:20 AM
Finnish company Brinter, started in 2019, has just received $1.2 million from Innovestor in order to expand internationally. The company makes modular bioprinters. For example, you can buy a Brinter for $24,000 and then expand it with the specific nozzle you need. A cooled triaxial nozzle, a micro droplet nozzle, a visco tool, a heated visco tool—it’s all possible.
The idea is that you can buy one system and adapt it to your needs. A lab 3D printer can also be turned into a higher productivity machine. Or you can easily switch out tool heads as the task demands. With a variety of nozzles, many different materials can be deposited and a head changer can even see you deposit two very different materials with different characteristics in the same build. You can even add photocuring LEDs for a bit of SLA, while also heating or cooling your bed.
In addition to the heads and the printer (which has a build volume of 300 x 300 x 100 mm), the company sells bioinks, such as gelatin, alginate, PEG and more. Brinter is targeting researchers, R&D labs, and universities with its products, mainly in regenerative medicine and drug discovery through
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