Simple Preparation of Metal-Impregnated FDM 3D-Printed Structures

Diana Flores, Jose Noboa, Mickaela Tarapues, Karla Vizuete, Alexis Debut, Lorena Bejarano, Daniela Almeida Streitwieser, Sebastian Ponce

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Modifying the natural characteristics of PLA 3D-printed models is of interest in various research areas in which 3D-printing is applied. Thus, in this study, we describe the simple impregnation of FDM 3D-printed PLA samples with well-defined silver nanoparticles and an iron metal salt. Quasi-spherical and dodecahedra silver particles were strongly attached at the channels of 3D-printed milli-fluidic reactors to demonstrate their attachment and interaction with the flow, as an example. Furthermore, Fenton-like reactions were successfully developed by an iron catalyst impregnated in 3D-printed stirrer caps to induce the degradation of a dye and showed excellent reproducibility.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo1675
PublicaciónMicromachines
Volumen13
N.º10
DOI
EstadoPublicada - oct. 2022

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