DIY devices


Over the past few years, 3D printing technology has been actively used both in scientific research and in the educational process. On the Internet everyone can find projects of colorimeters [1], laboratory shakers [2], peristaltic pumps [3], or even autosamplers for gas chromatographs [4].

Several projects of open-source laboratory equipment made using 3D printing technology

Fig. 1. Several projects of open-source laboratory equipment [1‑4] made using 3D printing technology.

Most open-source projects are distributed under a license allowing anyone to modify the source files. As a result, previously published designs can be modified rather than developing a new device from scratch.

This section of the site contains both projects developed by us from scratch and modifications of some devices previously published on the Internet.