The primary interest around 3D printing lab equipment is the cost-savings. Academic labs have reported saving up to several thousands of dollars . Additionally, the scientific community is supported by open-access databases where scientists share their blueprints. 3D printing is making a headway into research laboratories as interest grows around printing your own lab equipment and the power of reproducibility. Aside from cost-savings is the ability for research scientists to freely design the scientific tools they need on the bench or in the field. Now with 3D metal printers, the open-access list of blueprints for lab equipment and supplies grows.
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