Contributions for Project Lab-on-a-chip
 
Date Type From Resource Type Qty URL Description Process Deliverables
July 29, 2014 Time Contribution Tyler R&d mechanics work 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 R&d mechanics work 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 Documenting 0.75 HR Open Created R&D doc for Tylor's project
Oct. 22, 2013 Time Contribution Tibi Technician experimental work 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 Technician experimental work 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 Documenting 3.00 HR Open documentation and communication of the first 3D printed microfluidic chip made in our lab, by SENSORICA.