3D printing has literally revolutionized entire sectors of modern science and technology. Technologies of the future are getting available for R&D centers and labs.
On March 2nd, ZIOC launched the innovation project 3D Printing in Chemistry. The presentation was officially opened by the ZIOC Director M.P. Egorov and Prof. V.P. Ananikov. A 3D printer procured with the RSF support was installed and put into operation in July 2015 at the Prof. Ananikov’s Laboratory. The technology will be employed in a breakthrough project focused on designing high performance chemical reactors and micro reactor systems.
The print-performance also included the demonstration of the instrument, a mini lecture on 3D printing capabilities for chemical applications and the overview of FDM printing equipment, and the discussion.