Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The 3D printer in a lab.

Dr. Steve Kurti's TTinvent allowed our lab to borrow his Afinia 3D printer for 2 months. In that time, we printed many useful things for the lab and the ideas keep coming!

Here are a few of the successful prints we made:

Links on Thingiverse:
A clamp for the microscope
A centrifuge tube holder
Pipette rack

A clamp to turn a 1967 microscope into a digital microscope!
A centrifuge tube holder!
Finally! A cuvette holder for that old HACH spectrophotometer.
Many pipette holders.
Octopus Surprise Attack!


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