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Unlocking Microfluidic Innovation with Soft Lithography

Soft lithography is a versatile and cost-effective method for creating microfluidic devices. Utilizing elastomeric stamps, molds, or masks—typically made from polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS)—this technique transfers intricate patterns onto various substrates.

Lab Fabrication

Soft lithography with PDMS provides a gateway to microfabrication in your own lab. Known for its simplicity and precision, this method allows researchers to create detailed microfluidic devices without the need for extensive industrial infrastructure. It enables rapid prototyping and refinement of designs before they are deployed on a larger scale.

Soft Lithography

Discover the versatility of soft lithography for innovative microfluidic designs. Our rapid prototyping services transform your theoretical models into tangible prototypes, increasing the speed and accuracy of your development process.

Rapid Prototyping Service

Microfluidic chip made by soft lithography.

Achieves features with micrometer-scale resolution, suitable for intricate microfluidic designs.

High Precision

Enables quick turnaround from design to prototype, accelerating the development cycle.

Rapid Prototyping

PDMS, the most commonly used material in soft lithography, is biocompatible, making it ideal for biomedical applications.

Biocompatibility

Key Benefits of Soft-Lithography