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Protein profiling PDMS device seen through transmitted light. Courtesy of University of Toronto, Kelley Lab

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μMicrofluidics 3D Printers

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Print Features : 50 μm

3D printing Master molds for PDMS applications has never been easier. PDMS sticks directly on to the 3D printed mold without any pre-treatment.

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