Although microfluidics has made huge advancements in terms of design and structure, fabrication methods remain either time-consuming or expensive relative to the facility costs and equipment needed. With this challenge in mind, the work presented in this paper demonstrates a fast and economically viable 2D/3D maskless digital light-projection method based on a stereolithography process. Due to the fast production method and low initial setup costs, the procedure could be used for rapid prototyping applications. A video demonstration of the technology shows the ease of fabrication.
More details can be found in our recent paper: "Flash μ-Fluidics: A Rapid Prototyping Method For Fabricating Microfluidic Devices," RSC Advances, 2016 DOI: 10.1039/C6RA13582J
For licensing this technology please check the details at KAUST, office of Technology dedicated webpage: Flash Microfluidics