3D Printing Industry

SUTD researchers integrate functional components to 3D printed microfluidic devices

Singapore University of Technology and Design‘s (SUTD) Soft Fluidics Lab has developed a simple method to 3D print microfluidic devices integrated with fluid handling and functional components. The lab’s direct ink writing 3D printer dispenses a fast-curing flexible silicone resin on various substrates to form microchannels. Microchannels fabricated by SUTD have tunable dimensions and a […]

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