3D print with BMF’s micro stereolithography
The microfluidic CE device was fabricated. Microfluidic supports specific application-based requirements for microfluidic devices. devices (MFDs) are used in many healthcare, biological, and medical applications.
These are borosilicate glass wafers for genetic analysis.
With the feature of intricate parts, designers can 3D print small and precise as 10 microns. This supports greater device complexity.
Because of BMF’s projection micro stereolithography (PμSL) technology, it can also increase design freedom and supports for greater device complexity.
BMF’s UV-curable materials include acrylate-based resins that are biocompatible and high-temperature resistant. It can support specific application-based requirements for microfluidic devices.