3D printed microfluidic devices for cell-based applications
Louis Ong, Yi-Chin Toh – Queensland University of Technology
Low-Viscosity Polydimethylsiloxane Resin for Facile 3D Printing of Elastomeric Microfluidics
This paper presents a high-resolution, PDMS 3D-printing resin for the facile fabrication of microfluidic and biomedical devices.
MOIIN Resins presents its high-precision resins for microfluidics at the EMBL Microfluidics Conference
Producing narrow channels and cavities with transparent, photopolymerizing 3D printing resins can be extremely difficult – but it’s entirely possible with the high-quality MOIIN resins developed in Hamburg.
Finding a cure for Cardiovascular disease
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute 3D print micro-scaffolds on the Asiga MAX X to provide a structure when melding human heart cells.
Desy combine Asiga 3D Printers with Moiin Materials for microfluidic success
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY is the world’s leading research centre for accelerator, particle and astroparticle physics as well as for research into photon science.
Inexpensive 3D printed microfluidics device could be used to personalise cancer treatment
MIT and Draper researchers have 3D printed a novel microfluidic device that simulates cancer treatments on biopsied tumor tissue.
Three-dimensional printing of transparent fused silica glass
Ever thought of 3D printing glass?
SLA 3-D Printed Arrays of Miniaturized, Internally Fed, Polymer Electrospray Emitters
This paper reports the design, fabrication, and characterization of arrays of miniaturized, internally fed, polymer electrospray emitters fabricated with stereolithography.
Researchers Use SLA Technology for Shape Memory Polymers for the First Time
While 3D printing is currently poised at the forefront of technology, 4D printing is nipping right at its heels.