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Meeting of the H2020 Cell3Ditor Project in Tenerife (ULL Headquarters)
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. The main goal of the Cell3Ditor project is to develop a 3D printing technology for the industrial production of multilayer multimaterial ceramic devices such as Solid Oxide Fuel Cells. After 6 months of working, first ceramic pieces in YSZ and inks for the electrodes have been developed. During the meeting the consortium discussed on the next actions to end up with a hybrid 3D printer able to deposit multi-material objects.
The project is product-driven and involves five SMEs from five different EU countries (Promethean Particles -UK, 3DCeram -France, FAE -Spain, SAAN EnerGI -Sweden and HyGeAR -The Nederlands) and three research groups: IREC and ULL in Spain and DTU in Denmark.