Single Cell Assays and Digital PCR
Microfluidics, the study of fluid behavior in microscale channels, is becoming increasingly important for medical and laboratory diagnostics. Today there are several microfluidics areas where micro 3D printing, a form of additive manufacturing that produces microscale parts, offers promising applications for MFD prototyping and production. Microfluidic applications require small channels with fine features and tight tolerances at high resolution. Not all 3D printing technologies can deliver the level of resolution, accuracy and precision required. Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) is capable of achieving resolution of 2um~50µm and tolerances of +/- 10µm~25µm, at production level speeds, making it an ideal candidate for microfluidic applications.
This white paper will discuss how micro 3D printing can be used to manufacture MFD’s for Single Cell Assays and Digital PCR.
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Micro 3D Printing Applications for Microfluidics
Hear from Norman Wen, Associate Director of Chip Development at Emulate, to hear how many microfluidics manufacturers are using micro 3D printing to alleviate some of these challenges. Using PμSL technology, engineers can print small parts rapidly in materials with 2μm resolution and +/-10μm accuracy.Watch webinar
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