Fluid transport and positioning on a substrate can be defined by high resolution deposition of a variety of hydrophobic barrier materials. For example, we offer glass slides with screen-printed Teflon-based epoxy that can physically isolate your reagents in a microfluidic assay. Fluid-filling is accomplished by capillary action, negating the needs for expensive pumps. We offer a number of different substrates, patterned materials, and even designs outside of microfluidics, such as microarrays. Perhaps printed slides are the inexpensive solution to your experimental and processing needs.
Scientific Device Laboratory has been a specialist in slide printing for over 20 years. We specialize in working with our customers to create cost-effective solutions.
Scientific Device offers creative solutions as well as
small volume prototyping,
fast response time and
support design capabilities
Our capabilities in PDMS, printed glass and paper microfluidic solutions result in some of the fastest turnaround time in the industry. r012113