Say goodbye to the time and money consuming way of lithography and photomasks
With MiiCraft, the researchers can make the Microfluidics chips within minutes*. It offers the researchers a fast and easy way to produce microfluidics chips to fulfill their needs.
MiiCraft at MicroTAS 2014
During the 18th international conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS 2014) in Texas, USA in October, 2014, MiiCraft was presented in full-day workshop “ Microfabrication via 3D Printing”. Tens of researchers joined this workshop learned how to use MiiCraft to make the microfluidics chips.
3D printing is set to revolutionize the field of microfluidics, but there are very few printers that have the ability to print functional microchips. MiiCraft is one of the few that can. The ability to pattern 50 um features in all three dimensions is critical to printing microfluidic devices and this is easily achieved by the Miicraft. The rapid print times mean that a new user can go from design to printed chip within 3 hours. And the small foot-print means it will feat easily into any fabrication area. With the MiiCraft we can print almost any design – this has changed the way we think about microchips and is opening some really exciting possibilities to do things that we couldn’t even think of a few years ago.
* Disclaimer: the consuming time depends on the users’ resolution setting.
<Reference> Research Papers about the Applications on Miicraft & 3DP Technology
Want to know more about the research results on Miicraft products and 3DP technology?
Please take below linkage for your references:
- A microfluidic circulatory system integrated with capillary-assisted pressure sensors
- Effect of geometrical parameters on flow-switching frequencies in 3D printed fluidic oscillators containing different liquids
- 3D Printing of Organs-On-Chips
- 3D printed microfluidic devices: enablers and barriers
- Characterization and evaluation of 3D printed microfluidic chip for cell processing
- Three-dimensional printed knotted reactors enabling highly sensitive differentiation of silver nanoparticles and ions in aqueous environmental samples
- Cost-Effective Three-Dimensional Printing of Visibly Transparent Microchips within Minutes – Analytical Chemistry (ACS Publications)
- Three-dimensional printed sample load/inject valves enabling online monitoring of extracellular calcium and zinc ions in living rat brains
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