3D MADe (3D Printed Miniaturised Analytical Devices) is an initiative to bridge the gap between project requirements and the commercially available analytical devices. It is supported by the University of Tasmania, the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science, and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science. We offer an ever-growing library of components and are always excited to hear your project requirements to customise or build new components for you.
Our aim is to empower researchers to personalise their analytical devices.
In-Situ Mixer Flow-Cell
LC Column Bodies