Service of Custom Design and Fab of PDMS Chips by SU8 Molds
WHEN YOU NEED A SPECIFIC TYPE OF CHIP FOR YOUR RESEARCH NEEDS WE PROVIDE CUSTOM DESIGN AND FABRICATION SOLUTION. LICENSE OF DESIGNS BELONGS TO CLIENT AND SU8 MOLDS WILL ALSO BE TRANSFERRED.
THIS SERVICE HAS A 50% DISCOUNT AT THE CART.
IF DIFFERENT NUMBER OF CHIP PIECES IS NEEDED, PLEASE CONTACT US.
Microfluidics is the future and we are ready to serve for your ideas in
--- Life Sciences
--- Pharmaceutical Sciences
--- Diagnostic tech
--- or Others
|Material||PDMS bonded on microscopy glass or other materials using chips holders. Please also check the "Our Trip to PDMS Chips" blog post.|
|Bonding technique||Oxygen plasma treatment to bond on microscope glass. Holders are used for PDMS on various materials.|
|XY Size of total chip||The max size of a chip can be 90x90 mm or 90 in diameter.|
|Z Height of PDMS chip||The thickness of PDMS can be min 1.0 mm and max 5.0 mm, suggested|
|XY Size of microchannels||The microchannel size can be min 1.0 micron and max 30.0 mm, suggested|
|Z Height of microchannels||The height of microchannels can be min 1.0 micron and 1.0 mm, suggested|
|Aspect ratio and Resolution||Resolution of 1 micron at Aspect Ratio of 15:1 which means 1 micron XY microstructures can be formed with 15 microns of Z microchannel height.|
|Fabrication method||Soft lithography of SU8 photoresist on Si wafer using maskless UV lithography device|
|Ports on top/edge||on Top, suggested|
|Pumping/Actuation||Flow and mixing of the liquids inside microchannels require low-pulsation flow.
Some high-quality syringe pumps and pressure pumps work well.
Peristaltic and piezoelectric pumps may also be suitable but mind the possible relatively high pulsation.
|Fittings||All fittings in ufluidic.com are suitable for this chip. Any other connectors compatible with pitch and port size is also applicable. The reactive compatibility of the fittings is also important to be considered.|
|Chemicals||It depends on the application of the researcher.|
|Visualization||Epi-Fluorescent Microscopy is widely used together with microfluidic chips.
Other analysis techniques should be determined by user researchers for the experiments where optical changes inside chips do not occur.
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