With the thermostat set, the temperature of the room dropped to 15 degrees below zero Celsius, equal to 5 degrees Fahrenheit. A camera captured the results as BIO X began printing.
The freezing temperatures formed visible condensation on the door and a layer of frost over the touchscreen display. When the researcher started brushing off slush to calibrate the printing parameters, BIO X responded rapidly and accurately.
“Being the absolute best is something that people strive for throughout their entire lives,” said CELLINK co-founder and CEO Erik Gatenholm. “For us, this means going above and beyond what is required of us in the industry to ensure that our products exceed your expectations.”