The impact of 3D printing on our everyday lives shows no signs of slowing, and indeed is likely to gain pace as the various printer technologies continue to develop and mature. From the manufacture of everyday plastic objects, components and consumables, to the printing of advanced integrated systems and devices, the time will soon be upon us, when a quick glance around the room will reveal that we are surrounded by 3D printed objects. In fact, it's fair to say that in less than a decade, the evolution of 3D printing has rapidly transformed to a revolution, with the uptake of this technology now so widespread, that it is already considered a routine manufacturing tool across many commercial sectors. This successful techno-chemical partnership has delivered to us new possibilities in how we design, manufacture, and indeed simply think about objects, and in particular, has enabled us to learn more about structure-function relationships in 3D.
Through 3D MADe, we endeavour to make this technology easily accessible to the end users like you so that you can have all the design freedom and can easily obtain customised microfluidic components for your projects.
You can read more about the various exciting feats that have been already achieved using 3D Printing in Chemical Sciences in our recent book: 3D Printing in Chemical Sciences: Applications Across Chemistry