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We print what the body cannot regenerate. We are seeking to open a new horizon for the treatment of patients waiting for organ transplantation and provide live and healthy tissues with no limits by the first bioprinter of the country.

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تصویر: Print The Future …

The 3D Bioprinting Technology

Innovative techniques for tissue engineering can have a tremendous impact on the future of the medical world. 3D bio-printing is a transformational technology holds great promise for the development of processes in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, and as a consequence, the future of medicine. Tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and drug discovery require scaffolds and cells with precise geometry and pre-designed internal structure that can only be achieved with 3D bio-printing technology. The 3d-Bio group started its work in 2016, believing that it could build the future with the mix of the spirit of cooperation of specialists and cutting-edge solutions. Within a short period of time, the group has been able to gain a special place by offering four types of bio-printer devices with unique features, as well as providing special services in the field of...

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Omid Afarinan’s 3D BioPrinters, as the first commercial bioprinters in the country, provide unique facilities for the pharmaceutical and cosmetic products, tissue models and live tissues. BioFabX2, BioFabX4, PioneerX2, PioneerX4 models provide the best printing technologies in line with the world’s top brands for life science companies, researchers and innovators who work with bioprinting. The unique flexibility of these devices to print a wide variety of commercially available biomaterials makes it an ideal choice for the development and testing of new bio-inks. The software provides all the steps needed to prepare and print tissue models in a user-friendly and easy-to-use environment. Possibility to use a variety of mechanical and pneumatic printing technologies, printing high-temperature thermoplastic materials, ultraviolet wavelengths crosslinking, fitting comfortably under a cell culture hood for bioprinting in sterile conditions, the specialization of bioprinter by a technical team and ten-year after-sales service are from other features of Omid Afarinan Company’s products.

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تصویر: Bioprinters


Bioinks are biomaterials designed for bio-printing and can contain cells and biological molecules. In other words, any biomaterial that contains cells and can be printed via 3D bioprinter is called bioink. Biocompatibility and bioactivity are characteristics of a suitable bio-ink, but the most important feature of these materials is their printability. Omid Afarinan Company has gathered specialists in different fields as the first Iranian company to produce and supply all kinds of bioinks. Omid Afarinan’s bioinks are reasonably priced, highly printable and provide an environment similar to ECM for cell growth and differentiation. Our company offers a variety of bioinks for thermoplastic and hydrogel printing and also can manufacture specialized bioinks for various applications.


تصویر: Bioinks
Coaxial 3D printing of hierarchical structured hydrogel scaffolds for repair of spinal cord injury

Although after spinal cord injury (SCI), endogenous neural stem cells (NSCs) are activated near the damaged site, few NSCs migrate to the injury epicenter and differentiate into neurons. According to the studies, the implantation of hydrogel scaffolds loaded with biological factors can increase the function of endogenous NSCs. Recently,...

In vivo evaluation of bone scaffold fabricated by 3D bioprinting method by researchers of OmidAfrinan company

The researchers of OmidAfrinan company developed a 3D scaffold containing beta tricalcium phosphate particles for the treatment of skull bone defects using 3D bioprinting method. After passing the in vitro tests, this scaffold was further evaluated for the repair of bone defects in the rat skull. The results of...

Fabrication of 3D printed hybrid scaffolds carrying dental pulp stem cells

Fabrication of scaffolds and then cell seeding is one of the common methods in tissue engineering. Although synthetic polymers have adequate mechanical properties to replace some bone tissues, they are generally hydrophobic and do not have any specific cell recognition sites that lead to poor cell affinity and adhesion....

Bioprinting Bone Constructs During Surgery

Intraoperative bioprinting (IOB) refers to the bioprinting process performed on a live subject in a surgical setting. The technique is intended to allow surgeons to rapidly fill bony defects that would not easily heal by themselves and they used a controlled co-delivery release of growth factors from a gene-activated...