UC Irvine Microfluidic LEGO Project Driven by Perfactory 3 Mini

3DPrintingIndustry.com | Jan. 25, 2017 ~   3D printed master molds have been used to create microfluidic LEGO bricks that facilitate the study of liquid flow for medical research, the online blog 3DPrintingIndustry reports. The work is being done by the  University of California, Irvine, Department of Biomedical Engineering.perfactory4https://envisiontec.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Perfactory4.png 450w" sizes="(max-width: 187px) 100vw, 187px" />

The microfluidic LEGO bricks are designed on AutoCAD and then 3D printed on a Perfactory 3 Mini 3D printer by EnvisionTEC that uses the DLP method of vat polymerisation to cure the material. This technology ensures smooth, accurate fluid channels.

Learn more about the research in this story.

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