CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition 3D Printer
For Academic & Professional Applications
The Microfluidic Chip
Accurate and Productive
The unique needs of microfluidic technology can only be met with a high resolution printer. With it you can achieve a XY resolution of 30μm to 65 μm and a Z-axis resolution ranging from 5μm to 100μm (Resin dependent).
Top End Capabilities
The CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition 3D Printer utilizes cutting-edge DLP technology, chip solution that combines sophisticated optics and project accuracy to bring out the exact details of your microfluidic model.
Meeting Your Needs
High Precision Accuracy
The CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition 3D Printer enables high resolution and accurate printing without sacrificing productivity and quality. With its large build platform, it gives the user the ability to print more models in one single printing session. The CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition 3D Printer is capable of building models up to 125mm x 70mm at 65um to 57mm x 32mm at 30um (Depending on the resolution required). This makes the CADworks μMicrofluidics Edition ideal for micro structure applications.
WHAT ACADEMICS & PROFESSIONALS ARE SAYING
The MiiCraft provides a good compromise among price, resolution, size and ability to make transparent microchips in the visible spectrum, with devices showing acceptable transmittance above 430 nm. The print time of simple microﬂuidic devices can be as low as 12 min with a material cost of $1 per device, making this an attractive approach for rapid prototyping. While this may seem trivial for laboratories with substantial funds, it will expand the scope of microﬂuidics to be readily available to researchers on a limited budget. A complex 3D microﬂuidic structure was developed for continuous nitrate analysis. The device comprised three ﬂuidic layers (sample, reagent, and standard addition of nitrite), micromixers, and a series of detection cells with depths increasing from 0.5 to 15 mm to increase the linear range of the colorimetric assay. This complex microdevice was printed in <5 h and was used to determine the level of nitrate in tap water, with levels agreeing with values determined using an oﬀ-chip assay. The low cost of the printer and the simplicity with which complex 3D microﬂuidic devices operate oﬀer great potential for improved development of microﬂuidic applications.  
Source: Cost-Eﬀective Three-Dimensional Printing of Visibly Transparent Microchips within Minutes
Authors: Aliaa I. Shallan, Petr Smejkal, Monika Corban, Rosanne M. Guijt, and Michael C. Breadmore,