Microfluidics chips bring together functions like transport, separation, mixture, storage and control of biomedical fluids.
The chips are often shaped like microscope slides (26 mm x 76 mm) with typical structural dimensions ranging from micrometers to several hundred micrometers.
Microfluidic structures are used in lab-on-a-chip systems and many life science applications. They allow investigation or control of the tiniest quantities of fluid, within the nano-liter range.
Producing micro-channels and cavities often pushes conventional machining technology to its limits.
As a producer of lithographically manufactured microfluidic structures, temicon offers the advantages of tiny, highly precise structure dimensions, low roughness values and minimal edge rounding.
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