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3D printed microfluidic chip effective at 20 micrometers

Brigham Young University researchers developed printable resin and a new 3D printer to produce the lab-on-a-chip.

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Aug 23, 2017
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Che Connon 6 months ago

not sure what the differences are but you can already purchase a 3D printer that will print microfluidic chips here: http://www.dolomite-microfluid...

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Freya Leask 6 months ago

Thanks for your comment, Che - I'm not familiar with the above manufacturer but I believe the printer developed by the BYU team prints chips at a high resolution with small channels. Does anyone have experience of the Dolomite printer?