Developing Next-Gen Microfluidic Chips with Desktop 3D Printing
Additive Manufacturing is changing the way we develop microfluidic devices. The wide accessibility, good accuracy, and low cost of desktop 3D printers make them an attractive option for both prototyping and production of microfluidic chips.
In this webinar, we explore the benefits of 3D printed microfluidic chips. Annika Norden, Customer Success Engineer at nTopology, will show you how to design microfluidic mixers in nTop Platform step-by-step.
Then, Analisa Russo, User Applications Manager at Formlabs, will talk about the things you need to consider before you start producing these devices in the Formlabs Form 3 SLA Printer.
Join this webinar to learn how to:
- Integrate 3D printed microfluidic devices in your workflows
- Develop reusable processes to design microfluidic chips in nTop Platform
- Manufacture and prototyping for testing with the Formlabs Form 3
Analisa Russo, User Applications Manager at Formlabs
Analisa works closely with Formlabs customers to tell their workflow stories in the form of both educational and inspirational online content. Analisa has a background in materials science (MIT ’08 and UIUC ’14) with a focus on desktop fabrication techniques. Prior to joining Formlabs, she worked as lead developer of Circuit Scribe, a conductive ink pen with applications in education, art, and circuit prototyping.
Annika Norden, Customer Success Engineer at nTopology
Annika is an engineer, designer, and creator, excited by any opportunity that brings these facets together. After studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan, she joined the Customer Success team at nTopology where she is able to collaborate and innovate everyday.