Contributions for Project Lab-on-a-chip
 
Date Type From Resource Type Qty URL Description Process Deliverables
July 29, 2014 Time Contribution Tyler Work - R&D mechanics 4.50 HR Experimented making PDMS replicas from 3d printed moulds. Updated R&D document. 3D printed molds for PDMS-based microfluidics tests on neurons R&D report: R&D report - 3D printed molds for PDMS-based microfluidics tests on neurons
July 9, 2014 Time Contribution Tyler Work - R&D mechanics 16.00 HR Adapted microfluidic device geometry to be used with the b9creator. This involved redesigning the channels to avoid curves and to ensure a minimum feature size of 200 microns. After the designs were made, I rendered them into 3D models, and exported them as .stl files. To check the fidelity of the files, I then double-checked that they open correctly in SketchUp. 3D printed molds for PDMS-based microfluidics tests on neurons R&D report: R&D report - 3D printed molds for PDMS-based microfluidics tests on neurons
July 3, 2014 Time Contribution Tibi Work - Documenting 0.75 HR Open Created R&D doc for Tylor's project
Oct. 22, 2013 Time Contribution Tibi Work - Technician experimental 7.02 HR Microfluidic Chip Open main document https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WBG1w-U90niLxVA-GlOR4WeIW7ef9x9nZD9nClXwl0E/edit OCT 17-18, 2013 Firsts tests using 3D printing for microfluidic chip prototyping and fabrication. Next time I need to continue the thermal annealing experiment, go beyond 150C. We also need to test other designs with better sceals. OCT 22, 2013 Thermal post-treatment of the polymer 3D printed part. Temp. set at 160C. I also successfully transferred a micropattern from Spot-e to PCL Explore use of 3D printing in microfluidics R&D report: Exploring 3D printing for prototyping microfluidics
Oct. 21, 2013 Time Contribution Tibi Work - Technician experimental 8.50 HR Microfluidic Chip OCT 17-18, 2013 Firsts tests using 3D printing for microfluidic chip prototyping and fabrication. Open document https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WBG1w-U90niLxVA-GlOR4WeIW7ef9x9nZD9nClXwl0E/edit Next time I need to continue the thermal annealing experiment, go beyond 150C. We also need to test other designs with better sceals. Explore use of 3D printing in microfluidics R&D report: Exploring 3D printing for prototyping microfluidics
Oct. 18, 2013 Time Contribution Tibi Work - Documenting 3.00 HR Open documentation and communication of the first 3D printed microfluidic chip made in our lab, by SENSORICA.