Design and Fabrication of Laboratory Electrospinning Machine

Published: 12 March 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/mgsy3fvy6y.1
Juhi Jannat Mim


Several industries, including materials science, biotechnology, and healthcare, use electrospinning as a flexible method for creating nanofibers. The design and construction of a laboratory electrospinning machine are discussed in this research study, with an emphasis on the machine's essential parts, the manufacturing procedure, and the instructions for use, validation, characterisation, and findings. The high voltage power supply is the essential element of this electrospinning arrangement since it makes it possible to precisely manage the electrospinning settings. The manufacturing process entails the assembling of carefully chosen materials and parts to produce a durable and economical machine ideal for research and instructional applications. The electrospinning machine's setup and use are explained in depth in the operation instructions to ensure safety and repeatability. To evaluate the machine's performance, validation and characterisation techniques are offered, including SEM examination and fiber diameter measurement. The outcomes demonstrate the machine's adaptability and dependability by showing that nanofibers were successfully created using a variety of polymers. The relevance of this laboratory electrospinning apparatus in furthering nanofiber research and its potential to support advances in other domains are emphasized in the conclusions. This research provides a valuable resource for researchers and educators looking to explore electrospinning for nanofiber production and its wide-ranging applications.


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International University of Business Agriculture and Technology


Device Fabrication, Electrospinning, AutoCAD