Parametric design of microfluidic chips and devices
Published on July 30, 2020
Digital fabrication technologies, like SLA 3D printing or CNC micro-machining, are making the creation of microfluidic devices with custom geometry easily accessible even to small startups and research labs.
In this nTop Live, Annika Norden, Customer Success Engineer at nTop, explains step-by-step how to design a custom microfluidic chip in nTop and control every aspect of its geometry using a few input parameters.
Watch and learn how to:
- Design microfluidic chip and devices from scratch in nTop
- Quickly create multiple design variations to identify an optimal design
- Reuse your design workflows to create a product family of microfluidic chips
Access the files used in Annika’s session here.
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