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Products - Microarrayers - NanoPrint 2 LM60-2 and NanoPrint 2 LM210-2 Enterprise Level Linear Drive Microarray Printers
New!! NanoPrint 2 microarray printers build on the enterprise level linear drive systems that have provided the market’s most advanced universal platforms for microarray manufacturing for more than a decade. Based on advanced nanotechnology with version 2 motors, controllers and Ethernet connectivity, Arrayit NanoPrint 2 LM60-2 and LM210-2 robots offer 500 nanometer resolution and sub-nanoliter sample dispense volumes using Arrayit’s patented high-throughput contact printing technology installed in 4,200+ laboratories worldwide. Nano 2 instruments set a new standard for high-speed microarray manufacturing in research, diagnostics and pharmaceutical settings.
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Figure 1. Arrayit NanoPrint 2 LM210-2 Enterprise Level Microarray Printers offer advanced version 2 linear drives, high-speed Ethernet connectivity, 3 microplates (384-well), 48 patented contact printing pins, 210 glass substrate slides (1 x 25 x 76 mm), and powerful graphical interface for high-throughput microarray manufacturing. Robotic microplate stackers with 42-plate and 189-plate capacity enable the respective fully automated printing of 16,128 and 72,576 samples.
Figure 2. NanoPrint LM60 systems have a capacity of three 384-well sample microplates and 60 standard glass slide substrate slides. Worktables for printing into microplates, plate size glass and other micro-fluidic biochip formats are available. Our new NanoPrint 2 LM60 systems have next generation motors, controllers and Ethernet connectivity for faster printing from 3 x 384-well microplates onto 60 glass substrate slides.
Figure 3. NanoPrint LM210 systems have a capacity of three 384-well sample microplates and 210 standard glass slide substrate slides. Worktables for printing into microplates, plate size glass and other micro-fluidic biochip formats are available. Our new NanoPrint 2 LM210 systems have next generation motors, controllers and Ethernet connectivity for faster printing from 3 x 384-well microplates onto 210 glass substrate slides.
Figure 4. Shown is the NanoPrint LM210 system with a capacity of three 384-well sample microplates printing onto 210 standard glass slide substrates.
NanoPrint Microarrayers are industrial-level platforms for all microarray manufacturing applications including DNA microarrays, protein microarrays, and other types of biomolecules. NanoPrint systems enable the manufacture of microarrays utilizing ArrayIt® Professional, 946 and Stealth Style Micro Spotting Pins. The NanoPrint uses superior linear drive motion control technology and proprietary Warp1 controllers, and is compatible with all standard microarray surfaces made by ArrayIt® and other glass substrate slide open platform vendors. Systems are easily configured to print onto different types of surfaces including 96 and 384-well plates, plate-sized glass, and proprietary cartridges and cassettes by taking advantage of flexible and modular deck configurations and an easy to use software interface. The Microarray Manager Software combines unparalleled power and simplicity in a graphical user interface. Click here for a NanoPrint Microarray Manager Software tutorial.
Software features include:
The high speed, high precision linear servo control system of the NanoPrint produces superior instrument performance that is essentially free of friction, noise and thermal emission. Combined with the compact bench top design, user configurable worktable, humidity and particulate control, a host of available options, and the flexible and sophisticated software, NanoPrint systems offer the complete solution to high performance microarray printing.
The value of the linear servo motor technology used on NanoPrint Microarrayers:
Figure 5. The NanoPrint 2 deck is configured in a module manner, allowing different worktables to be inserted and removed from the deck for different printing applications such as glass substrates, microplates, and proprietary cassettes and cartridges. The screenshot shows a worktable allowing printing into 15 microplates (96-well) for the NanoPrint 2 LM60-2.
Figure 6. Data showing the printing consistency of eight different SMP3B pins in a single print run using the NanoPrint 2 LM60-2. The data were provided courtesy of W.G. Shreffler and L. Bardina at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine (New York, USA).
Figure 7. Shown is the NanoPrint LM210 system configured in an ArrayIt® class 1 cleanroom. The entire deck is accessible via two doors that open and close independently for user convenience and safety. The top of the Accessory Control Module (ACM) is shown beneath the robot.
Figure 8. Shown is the NanoPrint LM210 system configured in an ArrayIt® class 1 cleanroom. Microarray manufacturing parameters including the number of pins, substrates, spots, technical replicates, printing pattern, worktable, printing offsets, speed, acceleration, and many other technical aspects are completely controllable by the operator via an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI). The NanoPrint MicroarrayManager Software allows users to write completely customized printing routines in minutes. Worktables allow the user to switch between glass substrate slides and microplates using different worktables and software routines.
Figure 9. Shown is the NanoPrint 2 48-pin printhead designed to hold up to 48 microarray printing pins of the Professional, 946 or Stealth series. The attachment bayonet allows the printhead to be attached and removed for cleaning easily and precisely, eliminating the need for system re-calibration.
Figure 10. Shown is the point of a Professional Series 3 (Pro3) microarray printing pin. Samples load into the pin uptake channel by capillary action, and direct contact between the sample layer on the pin tip and the glass printing substrate results in the formation of a printed microarray spot. The NanoPrint 2 LM60-2 and LM210-2 systems control pin movements in 500 nanometer increments for unsurpassed printing precision at speeds of 48 spots per second. A total of 48 microarray printing pins of any tip size from the Professional, 946 or Stealth series may be used on our NanoPrint 2 systems.
Figure 11. Shown is the Worktable Workstation for the NanoPrint 2 LM60-2 and LM210-2 systems. The Worktable Workstation allows fully automated conveyor-based loading and unloading of glass slide substrate, microplate, and custom worktables from the NanoPrint 2 deck. With a capacity of 60 worktables, the WorkTable Workstation allows fully automated printing onto 1800 glass substrates, 300 96-well microplates, or 900 custom cassettes by special purchase quoted separately from standard NanoPrint configurations.
Figure 12. Shown here is 24 microarrays per slide substrate, a popular format easily setup and executed using the NanoPrint 2. This format is compatible with the AHC4x24, AHC1x24, and RC1x24 hybridization reaction tools. Using this format and an NanoPrint 2 LM210-2 Microarrayer enables the automated manufacturing of more than 5,000+ microarrays per run and 1,400+ using a NanoPrint 2 LM210-2.
Figure 13. Arrayit NanoPrint 2 LM60-2 and LM210-2 Enterprise Level Microarray Printers move in nanometer increments and delivery nanoliter droplet sizes to empower a range of nanotechnology applications.
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