Our biggest goal when designing brand new Vitaprint CNC platform was to achieve extremely simple operation and increased ergonomic. The platform can be used for a range of industrial and biomedical cases, ranging from 3D bio-fabrication for tissue engineering to industrial glue-dispensing setups.
Acquisition of scientific equipment has been on an unsustainable run for a very long time. We are on a mission to pave the way to an alternative approach for scientists to be able to maximize the impact of the advantages that technology brings into their day-to-day life. We’re developing custom technollgical solutions through project-oriented collaborations with research organizations, putting technology in place to serve the needs of science.
Author: Eva Černčič, Data Analyst / Programmer With a number of deployed IoT devices and amount of collected data on the constant rise, so are increasing database solutions, analytics, monitoring and visualization tools to store and make sense of the overwhelming amount of new data.
Author: Tjaž Vračko, student intern at IRNAS Recently we’ve worked on the E&P Used Cooking Oil recycling machine where we tackled the issue of continuous integration (CI). In particular, we wanted to create a CI system that would allow us to test both the code and its
Author: Dr. Boštjan Vihar, Biomedical reseacher / Bioprinting developer Construction of thick, functional tissues in vitro is a major challenge in tissue engineering. There are several important factors to consider in the process, one of the biggest ones being the physiological requirement of cells which
Many of our solutions must ensure reliable operation under harsh conditions and therefore require a robust and durable enclosure capable of protecting the electronic components inside. When developing Arribada PitStop Turtle Tag tracking system, we prepared two different solutions, a dismantlable waterproof enclosure and casting in an encapsulation resin, with both options providing advantages for the specific applications.
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