Laser cutting for science: DIY microfluidics

Microscopic analysis of Ponoko’s laser cut acrylic

Jacob Martin from the Photon Factory at Auckland University sent us this update on creating microfluidic devices using Ponoko’s laser cutting service. He made a range of sample cuts and engravings and then analysed the results in microscopic detail, concluding that it could indeed be possible to do microfluidic research without access to a lab.

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