Three-dimensional printing technologies have matured in recent years, enabling fast prototyping of ion mobility and mass spectrometry components, including testing new and "unorthodox" electrode geometries. They also allow printing custom laboratory ware such as adapters and tube holders, and teaching aids such as molecular structures or models of mass analyzers.
Goal of Special Exhibit. To allow members of the ASMS community to showcase and share their designs, we will organize a Special Exhibit of 3D printed designs at the 72nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 2-6, 2024 in Anaheim, CA.
- Upload file STL or VRML (25mb max file size, please). Finished printing size to be 1-foot cube maximum.
- Brief information on the intended application or utility
- Description of material, color, method of printing, finishing and assembly
- Indicate whether you are able to bring a finished print for the exhibit. If selected and you are unable to bring a finished print with you, we have a plan to be able to print for you.