Applications for MEW And electrospinning structures .

Welcome to a world of limitless possibilities in material science and engineering! Prepare to be enthralled by the extraordinary universe of 2D and 3D ultrafine-fiber polymer composites, where innovation knows no bounds. These remarkable structures offer tunable porosity, controllable fiber thickness, high specific surface area, functional versatility, and customizable morphology. In this exploration, we'll dive deep into the exciting applications that harness the potential of these composites, as exemplified by the wealth of knowledge drawn from scientific literature. Brace yourself for a journey into the future of materials, where imagination meets reality, and the boundaries of what's possible are continually pushed.

Tissue Engineering

Where they are used as scaffolding for tissue regeneration. We can produce biocompatible, bioabsorbable and conductive structures that guide and stimulate the growth of bone, muscle and neural tissue among others.

Biodevices and Drug Delivery​
Where they are functionalized and used in controlled drug release, wound protection and as biosensors.
Advanced Textiles

Where recycled, biodegradable and functional fabrics can be printed.


Functionalized membranes act as an antimicrobial barrier for food packaging, prolonging preservation.


Its role as a catalyst in super batteries arouses great interest.

Explore our selection of reported applications

Welcome to our expansive directory of innovative applications for MEW (Melt-Electrowriting) and electrospinning structures. Here, you’ll embark on a journey through a diverse array of sectors, each illuminated with remarkable possibilities and groundbreaking achievements. In our carefully curated menu, you’ll find a spectrum of sectors, each represented by captivating images. By simply clicking on the picture that piques your interest, you’ll be transported to a dedicated page showcasing the remarkable applications within that specific field.

Discover how MEW and electrospinning technologies are reshaping industries such as healthcare, materials science, aerospace, and beyond. With every click, you’ll gain access to a wealth of information, including scientific literature references, that delve into the transformative impact of these ultrafine-fiber polymer composites. Prepare to be inspired by the boundless ingenuity of researchers and innovators who are harnessing the potential of MEW and electrospinning to reshape the future across a multitude of sectors. Your exploration begins here.

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Soheila Mohammadzadehmoghadam, Yu Dong, Salim Barbhuiya, Linjun Guo, Dongyan Liu, Rehan Umer, Xiaowen Qi, Youhong Tang (2016) Electrospinning: Current status and future trends, Nano-Size Polymers: Preparation, Properties, Applications, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-39715-3_4

S. Thenmozhi, N. Dharmaraj, K. Kadirvelu, Hak Yong Kim (2017) Electrospun nanofibers: New generation materials for advanced applications, Materials Science and Engineering B: Solid-State Materials for Advanced Technology, doi:10.1016/j.mseb.2017.01.001

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Chenyu Wang, Jun Wang, Liangdan Zeng, Ziwen Qiao, Xiaochen Liu, He Liu, Jin Zhang, Jianxun Ding (2019) Fabrication of electrospun polymer nanofibers with diverse morphologies, Molecules 24(5), doi:10.3390/molecules24050834

Jiajia Xue, Tong Wu, Yunqian Dai, Younan Xia (2019) Electrospinning and electrospun nanofibers: Methods, materials, and applications, Chemical Reviews 119(8), doi:10.1021/acs.chemrev.8b00593