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The CADworks3D μMicrofluidics Printer gives you the ability to design, print and test microfluidic & Bio-compatible part’s layouts in-house. It allows you to also try other 3D Biocompatible resins in the market as the machine is open source. This helps users find the right resins/material ideal for their research.
With the Industrial grade projectors on the CADworks3D µMicrofluidics Printers you can achieve glass-like finish on clear parts. On open channels you can achieve high resolution parts starting from 70µm and enclosed parts as fine as 400µm.
Knowledge & Support
The key difference between a general multipurpose off-the- shelf 3D Printer and CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition is knowledge & support. A general multipurpose 3D printer will come with general knowledge & support. The CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition has been specialised for microfluidics applications and the support will be provided by our microfluidics 3D printing specialist.
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Create Master Molds for PDMS
Create reusable master molds within one hour (dependent on height) utilizing the CADWorks3D µMicrofluidics Printer and our proprietary resin developed for PDMS applications. Expect material costs to be approximately $5 per mould (size dependent). Channel size on the part (shown in video & background): 50µm.
Print Clear Chips
Print microfluidic chips with exceptional surface finish, transparency and detail. With the CADworks µMicrofluidics Printer you can achieve print clear chips with ease.
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