3DSTORE Project tests the scalability and stability of 3D printing batteries for IoT • CASADOMO

The Basque research center CIC energiGUNE is working on the application of 3D printing technology for the manufacture of solid-state batteries. The 3DSTORE project aims to demonstrate that 3D printing is a scalable and sustainable manufacturing technology for niche IoT-like applications.

The aim of the project is to demonstrate that 3D printing is a scalable and sustainable manufacturing technology.

CIC energiGUNE acts as a research partner under the leadership of the Energy Research Institute of Catalonia (IREC) together with four other state institutions from the academic, scientific and industrial sectors. Similarly, this project is subsidized under the ‘Strategic Lines’ program of the Ministry of Science and Innovation.

Manufacture of high performance lithium ion batteries

The main objective of the 3dStor project is to develop a new generation of high-performance advanced lithium-ion batteries that can be digitally fabricated and made available for IoT applications in industrial scenarios and critical infrastructure.

It should be noted that the innovative and flexible energy harvesting and storage solutions offered by 3DSTORE are essential to meet the requirements for autonomous wireless sensor nodes for the IoT of the future, which is considered one of the five technologies that will change the world. ,

Furthermore, the 3DSTORE monolithic battery concept will deliver high power density aligning very well with the performance targets of the EU Strategic Research Agenda on Batteries and the Battery 2030+ Roadmap.

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