Arrayjet Ltd

Stobo House
Roslin
EH25 9RE
United Kingdom

0131 440 5220

http://www.arrayjet.co.uk
mail@arrayjet.co.uk

COMPANY INFORMATION

Arrayjet provide instruments and services to pharma, diagnostic and lifescience industries. Our products use inkjet technology for precision picolitre liquid handling. Arrayjet focus on printing biological samples to create tools for genomic and proteomic screening, patient stratification and clinical diagnosis.

The proprietary printing technology is fully automated and delivers benefits of ease of use, precision, reproducibility, efficiency of manufacture, and total process-control.

Arrayjet's patented technology simultaneously aspirates and prints multiple samples on-the-fly. This is a proven platform and its non-contact bioprinting is ideal for microarray and 96 well microplate manufacture; as well as bioprinting onto biosensors, biochips, MEMS devices, microfluidic devices, membrane sheets or nanowell applications. Most substrates are compatible with the technology.

Arrayjet instruments offer the largest manufacturing batch size of up to 1000 slides. The instrument is modular and scalable, enabling customers to increase capacity as their requirements grow. It combines the fastest and most reliable instrumentation on the market with the versatility to print any biological sample type onto any solid substrate.

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