BioMedical Applications

Inkjet technology has significant advantages across a wide range of biomedical applications. These include variable drop size, high precision in positioning, disposable and economical printheads, and drop on demand feature. Moreover, inkjet is a non-contact printing process, making it ideal for fragile substrates.

Benefits of inkjet technology

  • Short set-up times and low set-up costs make short runs economical
  • Low running costs enable you to print economically at all run lengths
  • Place materials in precise quantities and position, greatly reducing ink, water and energy usage
  • Print on demand reduces stock levels significantly
  • Non-contact process enables printing onto fragile substrates
  • Ability to print onto variable X-Y-Z axis (3D surfaces) makes it possible to print various surfaces
  • Disposable inkjet printheads and cartridges can minimize the risk of infection

Applications including

  • Aroma Jetting
  • Drug Delivery
  • Microarrays
  • Microdispensing
  • Biosensors
  • Diagnostic chips