Microfluidics Manufacturing Technology

Includes: Moulding, Etching, Hot Embossing, Roll-to-Roll, 3D Printing.

Entries from Microfluidics Consortium Members

Eden Tech

In the heart of France’s vibrant scientific community, Eden Tech is pioneering a revolution in microfluidics, driving groundbreaking advancements in research, scale-up capabilities, and a diverse array of innovative solutions. Our team of passionate experts is dedicated to unlocking the immense potential of microfluidics, transforming this cutting-edge technology into a powerful tool for addressing some of society’s most pressing challenges.

Our expertise lies in developing innovative microfluidic platforms that enable researchers to perform precise and controlled experiments with minimal sample consumption. This enables scientists to conduct groundbreaking research across a wide range of disciplines.

France boasts a rich heritage in scientific research and technological innovation, making it an ideal home for Eden Tech. Our location in Paris, a global center for scientific excellence, provides us with access to a network of leading research institutions, talented engineers, and a supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Join us in shaping the future of microfluidics. At Eden Tech, we are passionate about harnessing the power of microfluidics to address global challenges and improve the lives of people around the world. We invite you to join us on this journey of innovation by exploring our website or collaborating with us on your research endeavors

FEMTOprint

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FEMTOprint is a Swiss high-tech company manufacturing transformative 3D microdevices out of glass and other transparent materials. Certified ISO 13485:2016, the FEMTOPRINT® technology allows to develop multi-functional devices combining fluidic, mechanical and optical features in single monoliths, with sub-micron resolution.

 Besides free-form manufacturing, the platform integrates other advanced treatments like surface polishing, metal ablation, surface functionalization, optical patterns in the bulk and hermetic glass-to-glass welding, making the FEMTOPRINT® technology the most industrialized 3D micromanufacturing process, whether you are considering rapid prototyping or volume production.

 With laser exposure, we create optical paths and draw 3D shapes. The overall process resolution can be better than 1 µm. The aspect ratio can go up to 1:1000, depending on the material. After machining, the standard roughness of the parts is around Ra 70-200 nm, to be reduced below Ra < 10 nm with a contactless polishing process.

Application: Flow cells – Droplet generators – Nozzles – Lab- and organ-on-a-chip – Masters for mould replication -Drug delivery systems -Microreactors -Implantable devices -Surgical tools

HiComp

Established in 2014, HiComp Microtech stands as a premier original design manufacturer specializing in advanced microfluidics products and laboratory consumables. Our solutions boost precision, efficiency, and reliability from prototyping to mass production. Quality, performance and affordability are our priorities.

Philips MEMS Micro Devices MMD

Philips MMD

We design, develop and manufacture custom microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and assemble non standard micro devices. We have 150 experts working at the ISO 13485 qualified MEMS Thin Film Foundry and Micro Devices Facility. We offer MEMS prototyping, process development, manufacturing, as well as Micro Devices and assembly services

z-Microsystems

 Engineering & micro mould design

Our team supports customers from the development phase with their experience as well as with simulation analysis

Optimization of the fluidic design in terms of producibility (design for manufacturing)

Flexible and innovative mould solutions to assist our customers during their development steps

First sampling and pre-production, testing of different resin material and determining the most efficient moulding process

Assurance of the required quality by testing according to certified QC protocols

Phillips-Medisize

Our core services include:

  • Injection molding (including micro-fluidic channels)
  • High and low volume assembly of test cartridges and consumables
  • Sourcing of injection molds, assembly equipment and purchased parts e.g. filters, Pressure sensitive tapes, plastic films, desiccants, etc.,
  • Onboarding of chemicals including reagents, lyophilised beads
  • Functionalisation of plastic substrates
  • Final packaging

SuSoS “Because Surface Matters”

Emulseo

Other Non-Member Entries


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10x technology
Adhesives Research
Agas Electronic Materials
Albright Technologies
Aline Inc
Alveole Lab
Aspire
Astraveus
Axxicon
Beijing Bioassay Technologies Corporation
Biolan Health
Blackhole Lab
BMF3D
Carville Plastics
Citrogene
Edge Embossing
EV Group
Evotec
Excel Scientific
Femtoprint
Finnadvance
Foresite Diagnostics
Frauenhofer IPT
Glassomer
Hamilton
Hexano
hicomp
HiComp Microtech (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
Hummingbird Nano
IMEC
IMT
Inzign
iSpheres
Jena Optik
J-Pac Medical / LSO
Kayaku
Kayakuam
Kloe
Lasea
Leister
Lithography Service
Microbritt
Micromed Solutions
Micron3DP
MK Fluidics
Nanofilm
NovoEngineering
Obducat
Partnertech
Plastic Design Corporation
Porex
Potomac Laser
Precision Micro
Preco Medical
Prellis Bio
Qingdao Huada Zhizao Technology Co., Ltd.
RAN Biotechnologies
Rapid Fluidics
Resilience
Resonetics
Sembler (Draper Labs)
Semefab
Silex
SIMTEch
Skyphos
Small Bio
ST Microelectronics
Stratec
Suzhou Precigenome Ltd
Suzhou Tongxin Microfluidic Technology Co., Ltd.
Syntecoptics
Tekniker
Thinxx Microtechnology
Tinker Bio
Tyndall National Institute
uFluidix
Vantiva Precision Biodevices
Wainamics
Web Industries
Wenhao
ZeonSMI
Zepto Life Technology
Zhejiang Yangqing Chip Technology Co., Ltd.
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