The sciFLEXARRAYER S3 from Scienion has been developed for an automated piezo-driven, non-contact dispensing system of ultra-low volumes.


The sciFLEXARRAYER S3 is considered an automated piezo-driven, non-contact dispensing system of ultra-low volumes particularly developed as an economical entry unit for academia as well as R&D labs.

The S3 is ideal for DNA production, cell transfection arrays, protein and glycan arrays, and for loading biosensor surfaces or MALDI-MS targets.

While being developed for academic budgets, the sciFLEXARRAYER S3 system is available with a similar proprietary sciDROP PICO dispensing technology and is constructed to the very same high-quality standards as the bigger production units: heavy-duty design and least maintenance components.

Already being utilized in several laboratories and research centers throughout the world such as given below.


Flexible tool to generate high-quality arrays

The S3 is the ideal tool for the development phase of users’ assay, as a result of its flexibility regarding printable capacity that users can print in glass slides, in microfluidic structures, in microtiter plates, and many more.


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From early research to high throughput manufacturing

The sciFLEXARRAYER is available in four well-established versions. This fulfills the requirements of the customers from early research to high throughput manufacturing:

Space-saving design and economic unit for academic and research labs


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Source: Scienion

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Dispense Volume 30 – 800 pL/drop
No. of Dispense Capillaries From 1 to 8 PDC channels
Distance Dispense Capillaries 4.5 or 9 mm increments
Target Holder 200 x 300 mm or 246 x 300 mm
Capacity Up to 4 MTPs or 36 standard glass slides
Axis system X-Y-Z spindle drives
Resolution (step size) 5 µm
Precision < 5 µm
Accuracy < 15 µm
Options Live stream camera, vaccum target holder, online target alignment, online array QC software
Dimensions (L,W,H) with enclosure 760 x 850 x 650 mm
Weight 130 kg