Cell3Ditor

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  1. Cell3Ditor at the 22nd edition of the Catalan Science Week

    The Cell3Ditor project participated in the 22nd edition of the Catalan Science Week. The event attracted many people of a broad audience. READ MORE
  2. Cell3Ditor highlighted at the 3Ders webpage

    Our Cell3Ditor project was hihglihted in the reputed 3Ders webpage. READ MORE
  3. Cell3Ditor highlighted at the 3D Printing Industry webpage

    Our Cell3Ditor project was hihglihted in the reputed 3D Printing Industry webpage. READ MORE
  4. 3DCERAM presented the Cell3Ditor project at the professional fair "Ceramic Network 2017"

    3DCERAM booth at the professional fair “Ceramic Network 2017” (Limoges, France) disseminated our activity in the frame of the Cell3Ditor project.

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  5. Free copies of the "Impresión 3D" magazine featuring our Cell3Ditor project at the ADDIT3D fair

    Our project was present in the ADDIT3D professional fair (Bilbao, Spain) in the form of free copies of the magazine “Impresión 3D” that featured the Cell3Ditor project.

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  6. Best oral presentation for Massimo Rosa (DTU) at CeN2017

    Massimo Rosa from DTU was awarded with the "Best Oral Presentation" during the CeN2017 held in Faenza, Italy, 7-9 June. Massimo presented the work entitled "Straightforward conversion of zirconia suspensions produced by hydrothermal synthesis into nano-inks for inkjet printing" linked to the Cell3Ditor project.

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  7. Paper on inkjet printing of YSZ for SOFC published at Journal of Materials Chemistry C (open access)

    DTU has reported its work on inkjet printed layers of YSZ for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells applications in the frame of the Cell3Ditor project.

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  8. Review on 3D printing of ceramics for energy published at Energy and Environmental Science (open access)

    ULL and IREC have reviewed the 3D printing of ceramics with especial emphasis in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in the frame of the Cell3Ditor project. The paper has been published in the prestigious journal Energy and Environmental Science from the Royal Society of Chemistry (Energy Environ.

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  9. Cell3Ditor at "Impresion 3D" professional magazine

    The Cell3Ditor project and activities were published in the professional magazine "Impresión 3D". You can access to the online flipbook version (page 72-74): https://www.

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  10. The Cell3Ditor project was presented in the Hannover Messe

    The Cell3Ditor project was presented in the Hannover Messe. The Hannover Messe is one of the most important industrial fairs in the World with more than 200.

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  11. Cell3Ditor reports on its activities at Interempresas

    Our Cell3Ditor project reported its first year activities in an article for the professional journal Interempresas, considered the most important internet journal for industry in Spanish (with more than 1 million visitors per month).

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  12. Cell3Ditor featured at Fuel Cells Bulletin (Elsevier)

    Our Cell3Ditor project was featured in the Fuel Cells Bulletin journal from Elsevier (October 2016, p.12). According to Fuel Cells Bulletin: “The new EU-funded Cell3Ditor project aims to develop a 3D printing technology for the industrial production of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stacks.

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  13. Meeting of the H2020 Cell3Ditor Project in Tenerife (ULL Headquarters)

    A meeting of the H2020 European project "Cost-effective and flexible 3D printed Solid Oxide Fuel Cells stacks for commercial applications- Cell3Ditor" within the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking was celebrated in Tenerife, Spain READ MORE
  14. Kickoff meeting of the H2020 Cell3Ditor Project coordinated by IREC

    The Nanoionics and Fuel Cells Group of IREC coordinates the H2020 European project "Cost-effective and flexible 3D printed Solid Oxide Fuel Cells stacks for commercial applications- Cell3Ditor" within the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. READ MORE
  15. Cost-effective and flexible 3D printed SOFC stacks for commercial applications

    A Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) is a ceramic-based multilayer device that involves expensive and time-consuming multi-step manufacturing processes including tape casting, screen printing, firing, shaping and several high-temperature thermal treatments. READ MORE
  16. New FCH JU project Cell3Ditor

    Adopting new domestic solutions for heat and power is essential in view of reducing energy dependency and CO2 emissions. Stationary fuel cells can produce both electricity and heat at different scales (from homes to industrial applications) while significantly reducing the environmental footprint and the energy bill. READ MORE