Spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL).

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In our volumetric 3D printer, a liquid photo-sensitive polymer is irradiated  from multiple angles with pre-computed dynamic light patterns. The three-dimensional accumulation of light dose inside the build volume results in the solidification of the desired object in a matter of seconds.

Readily bioprinted

Tomolite leverages our contactless tomographic illumination technology to shape sensitive cells and biomaterials into biological systems, without impairing their viability. Volumetric printing not only preserves cells but also makes research more efficient by simplifying design iterations and statistical studies.

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