Biocompatible 3d-printed Peg-diacrylate Microfluidics


This work describes a new biocompatible open-source material for 3D-printing microfluidic devices using stereolithography. It is a resin consisting of only low-molecular weight poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate and a photoinitiator. We demonstrate that with the resin it is possible to 3D-print a microfluidic device capable of holding liquid in its channels… (More)


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