Print history with us.


Print history with us.

The future is created in the present, and bioprinting will change the future of medicine.


CELLINK is a global leader in developing and delivering life-science solutions

We’re equipping hundreds of labs and thousands of scientists worldwide with cutting-edge technologies that fuel groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs. With a commitment to quality and innovation, our bioprinters, imaging systems and bioinks have contributed to revolutionary advancements in academic and clinical medicine.

Extrusion Bioprinting

Based on computer numerical control (CNC) machining processes, extrusion-based bioprinting precisely dispenses bio-compatible materials layer by layer, following tool paths generated in slices from 3D models. Our extrusion-based bioprinters are designed with flexibility in mind to give bioengineers the freedom to work with a wider range of biomaterials, opening the door for more relevant tissue engineering.


This award-winning design is a go-to bioprinter for academics, researchers and innovators.


Another award-winning design delivers unparalleled bioprinting flexibility with 6 printheads.


Our first bioprinter revolutionized an industry and continues working hard for training and education.

Light-based bioprinting

Adapted from stereolithography (SLA) processes, light-based bioprinting produces constructs by initiating chemical reactions that solidify or cure bioinks only where they have been illuminated. The two types of light-based technologies, digital light processing (DLP) and holographic, are much faster because they cure whole layers even blocks of bioinks simultaneously. Thanks to small points of light in the millions, light-based bioprinters are also able to recreate more intricate details at much higher resolutions.


The premier DLP bioprinter for printing microscopic features with speed, fidelity and precision.


High-resolution holographic stereolithography (SLA) delivers the finest details with precision and speed.

Complete in-house product development and manufacturing

The input range of great ideas are endless at CELLINK, all from our creative customers, hard working team and extensive internal testing.

Our tech team of mechanical, electronics, robotics and software engineers as well as our UX/UI designers, biomaterial scientist and tissue engineers make it possible for us to fully develop our bioprinters, bioinks and softwares in-house. Our development and manufacturing teams work very closely in the development process. This has enabled us to accelerate the transition from prototype to first batch and finally to series production, all under the ISO 9001 Quality Management System. Working with the ISO 9001 ensures that our customers get consistent, good quality products and services.

This truly gives a complete control when delivering new and innovative products and solutions to our customers since we can utilize the full strength, expertise and passion of the team to get the job done. Having a full in-house development team that works closely with our collaborators and partners who are users of the technology has made it possible to grow our knowledge and expertise on developing products that have a direct need in the bioprinting field and life sciences.

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Award-winning bioprinter

The most user-friendly bioprinter on the market and a complete standalone product.

From nothing to a super-IPO

Cellink is making it possible to 3D-print human tissues and organs.

New ear, nose, or patella?

This new 3D printer can create bones and soft tissue.

Successful implant

The researchers created a gel composed of human cartilage cells, printed it through a CELLINK 3D bioprinter and implanted the material.

Solving organ transplant shortage

The impact of Cellink, especially considering its tender years, has been remarkable.

Cellink - a gem

In just a short time span, CELLINK has won several awards.

Bioprinting - The new industry

The company has gone on to develop tissue-specific bio-inks that contain growth factors needed to stimulate particular types of cells.