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The world's

only six-axis 

3D bioprinter

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BioAssemblyBot 400 is an intelligent robot used by life scientists to build biological structures. BAB400 is the only bioassembly platform with a six-axis advantage - mimicking a human arm to bioprint, pick up biology, and complete complex assays.


More than a bioprinter, much more.

Unlike traditional bioprinters, BioAssemblyBot 400 manipulates tissue assays over time, providing valuable information to users on the state of their biology. BAB400 can nurture and analyze biology throughout your entire workflow.


An adaptive, machine learning, biofabrication powerhouse.

From automated calibration to failure correction, BioAssemblyBot 400 uses machine vision and artificial intelligence to keep your biology happy, getting better with each print


Can I get a hand?

BioAssemblyBot 400 swaps "hands" - giving users the ability to 

3D bioprint while controlling temperature, pressure, UV exposure, and more with our ever-growing catalog of BioAssemblyTools.

Expandable and designed for modern biology and drug discovery labs.

Produce living tissues, organoids, and spheroids more consistently than ever before. Then analyze them without ever touching the well plate. BAB400 integrates seamlessly with lab equipment (like Cytiva's IN Cell Analyzer), with more integrations coming soon.


Unparalleled Productivity

BioAssemblyBot 400 gives users an average 20x increase in 3D tissue model throughput compared to traditional methods while drastically reducing contamination risk. ​

With BioAssemblyBot you can see 20x increase in throughput.

Powered by tech. And people.

Design your science with ease on TSIM, our powerful 3D CAD software, that enables users to quickly design 3D biological models.


Drag & drop and rearrange your experimental protocol with BioApps to automate bioprocessing. Build your own or use a BioApp from the community.

Control BAB400 with an easy-to-use attached touch screen interface. 

An Advanced Solutions scientist providing customer support via telepresence while looking at the TSIM 3D CAD bioprinting software screen

Our industry leading customer success team is ready to assist with installation, operations support, and even custom science development.

Compatible with the materials you already use.

With BioAssemblyBot 400 you can 3D bioprint hundreds of materials including some of these popular hydrogels, plastics, and pastes:

Proven applications.

BioAssemblyBot 400 has been used in a variety of industries, including drug discovery, tissue therapeutics, biomaterials development, and precision medicine and is always ready for a new challenge. Here are a few of the cool things BAB400 has done:

Perfusion Module


Vascularized Bone

Proprietary Material

Liver Toxicity Model


Hip Implant

Contour Printed Cartilage


2021 BioAssemblyBot 400 Specifications:


Power Supply Input

RJ45 CAT-5

USB input (x2)

Pneumatic Air Fitting

Power Requirements

NEMA 6-20R plug on a 208-220 reciprocal rated at 20 Amps


600 lbs

272 kg


36.8 in (w) x 29.5 in (d) x 52.9 in (h)

93.5 cm (w) x 75.0 cm (d) x 134.3 cm (h)

Tool Storage

Up to 8 BioAssemblyBot tools

Build Volume

12 in (l) x 10 in (w) x 7 in (h)

30.48 cm (l) x 25.4 cm (w) x 17.78 cm (h)

HEPA Filtration

HEPA filters capture 99.97% of particles down to 0.3µ

Temperature Control

Stage: 10 to 60 C

Hot Tool: Ambient to 150 C

30cc Cooling Tool: 5 C to Ambient

10cc Cooling Tool: -4 C to Ambient

3D Printing Technology
Pneumatic or Mechanical Dispense

The most advanced bioassembly platform.


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¹The BioAssemblyBot is certified by UL in accordance with applicable safety requirements. The BioAssemblyBot is certified by UL in accordance with applicable energy efficiency requirements. 

²The Advanced Solutions facility has been audited by UL Registrar LLC and meets GMP requirements listed in RCP, NBCP, or Pharmaceutical Certification Schemes which is uniquely accredited by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) developed in accordance with applicable sections of the FDA’s code of federal regulations.