Resource: R&D report: R&D - Exploring the potential of DLP 3D printing for microfluidics prototyping - McGill   Event history   Incoming Value Flow
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URL https://docs.google.com/document/edit?hgd=1&id=1gB8Hym5I8gEdJ2IdvW4D9S2p94n24VBc2vvANo2kvAo#
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Explore the potential of DLP 3D printing technology for microflluidics chip prototyping.
Work done in collaboration with McGill.

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Assignments Custodian : SENSORICA
Trainer : Tibi (Contact)
Trainer : Daniel (Contact)
Record created date July 8, 2014
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  • Event: R&D - Exploring the potential of DLP 3D printing for microfluidics prototyping - McGill Citation July 8, 2014 from: Lab-on-a-chip
    • Process: 3D printed molds for PDMS-based microfluidics tests on neurons
      • Workers: Technician experimental work from: None
      • Workers: R&d biology work from: None
      • Workers: R&d chemistry work from: None
      • Workers: R&d mechanics work from: None
      • Labnotes:

        3D print a prototype of the microfluidic device found in the file with the name: leMassif_b9compatible_exponential_x1_wBase1mm.stl` located in the `lab-on-a-chip` folder. The 4h is just a guess, I don`t know how long this print will take.

      • Workers: R&d mechanics work from: Tyler
      • Labnotes:

        Create microfluidic gradient generator device designs in autoCAD. Adapt the geometry to be consistent with the b9creator 3D printer and convert to the appropriate file type.

    • Event: Resource Production R&D report 1.00 Idea July 8, 2014