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== Stuff from wetPONG, DIY Microfluidics Class, FHNW, 2008-2012 ==
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[[File:ScreenSiech_138.jpg|400px]]
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[http://wlu18www30.webland.ch/wordpress/workshops/wetpong-hybrid-nanolab-2012-has-started-again/ wetPONG Hybrid NanoLab 2012]
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[[File:ScreenSiech_139.jpg|400px]]
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See instructions on the wetPONG website [http://wetpong.net/wetpong/?page_id=115 HomeMade Microfluidics on wetPONG]
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more coming soon... or check some of our tools on this [https://www.facebook.com/dusjagr/media_set?set=a.4000489337433.174691.1437047270&type=3 fbook post].
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== [[Nail Studio Micro Fluidics]] ==
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Nail studios are the place where girls who now what is hot hang out. These studios are modern labs with crazy hight tech devices and sophisticated materials. Look what they have:
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[[File:NailManicureStation.png|240px]]
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== Other projects ==
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https://beaverworks.ll.mit.edu/CMS/bw/Open_Source_Microfluidics
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http://fab.cba.mit.edu/classes/4.140/people/wildebeest/projects/final/index.html?utm_content=bufferae990&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer
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[http://science-practice.com/blog/2015/01/29/low-tech-microfluidics/ Low-Tech Microfluidics]
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[http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1002110 A Biotic Game Design Project for Integrated Life Science and Engineering Education]
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[http://www.cell.com/trends/biotechnology/abstract/S0167-7799(17)30001-X Enabling Microfluidics: from Clean Rooms to Makerspaces] download paper here: [[:File:Kong2017_Enabling_Microfluidics_in_Makerspaces.pdf]]
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== Advanced DIY Microfluidics ==
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[http://www.youtube.com/embed/0T-h4dtcCDI Just a Hack! How did he do that... awesome!]
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[[File:MicroFluidicHack.jpg|300px|none|thumb|Micro Fluidic Hack]]
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== Preparing the slide ==
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[[File:uF_InkScapeDrawing.png|none|350px|]]
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Draw a nice pattern with InkScape
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[[File:uF_DIYLaserCutting.jpg|none|700px|]]
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Putting (black) tape on a glas slide. Cut it with a sharp knife or with a DIY laser cutter 8-)<br>
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DIY laser cutter:[http://hackteria.org/wiki/index.php/DIY_Micro_Laser_Cutter]
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[[File:uF_LaserCutTape.jpg|none|350px|]]
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The slide with the cut tape
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[[File:uF_Peal.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Peel of the tape carefully
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[[File:uF_Slides.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Some sample slides
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== PDMS Casting  ==
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[[File:uF_CastingBoxes.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Putting the slides in casting boxes
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[[File:uF_PDMSCasting.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Cast with PDMS and cure at 60°C for about 1 hour.
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[[File:uF_Uncasting.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Remove the cast
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[[File:uF_Punching.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Plasma activate a clean glas slide and the PDMS piece (where to get the plasma from?)<br>
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Put the PDMS piece back into a clean box and cover with a tube holder plate. Punch the holes.
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[[File:uF_WebCamStage.jpg|none|350px|]]
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Attatch tubes and capture the microflow with a webcam stage.
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{{#widget:Iframe
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|url=https://www.youtube.com/embed/QOEMFQPaNEY
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|width=476
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|height=357
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|border=0
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}}
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[[File:uF_FabLabParts.jpg|none|450px|]]
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Parts lasercut from acrylic in the FabLab Lucern.<br>
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File with drawings of the cast forms and webcam stage:
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[[File:UFlow_Casts.pdf‎]]

Latest revision as of 08:57, 17 September 2019

Stuff from wetPONG, DIY Microfluidics Class, FHNW, 2008-2012

ScreenSiech 138.jpg

wetPONG Hybrid NanoLab 2012

ScreenSiech 139.jpg

See instructions on the wetPONG website HomeMade Microfluidics on wetPONG

more coming soon... or check some of our tools on this fbook post.

Nail Studio Micro Fluidics

Nail studios are the place where girls who now what is hot hang out. These studios are modern labs with crazy hight tech devices and sophisticated materials. Look what they have: NailManicureStation.png

Other projects

https://beaverworks.ll.mit.edu/CMS/bw/Open_Source_Microfluidics

http://fab.cba.mit.edu/classes/4.140/people/wildebeest/projects/final/index.html?utm_content=bufferae990&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Low-Tech Microfluidics

A Biotic Game Design Project for Integrated Life Science and Engineering Education

Enabling Microfluidics: from Clean Rooms to Makerspaces download paper here: File:Kong2017_Enabling_Microfluidics_in_Makerspaces.pdf

Advanced DIY Microfluidics

Just a Hack! How did he do that... awesome!

Micro Fluidic Hack


Preparing the slide


UF InkScapeDrawing.png

Draw a nice pattern with InkScape

UF DIYLaserCutting.jpg

Putting (black) tape on a glas slide. Cut it with a sharp knife or with a DIY laser cutter 8-)
DIY laser cutter:[1]

UF LaserCutTape.jpg

The slide with the cut tape

UF Peal.jpg

Peel of the tape carefully

UF Slides.jpg

Some sample slides

PDMS Casting


UF CastingBoxes.jpg

Putting the slides in casting boxes

UF PDMSCasting.jpg

Cast with PDMS and cure at 60°C for about 1 hour.

UF Uncasting.jpg

Remove the cast

UF Punching.jpg

Plasma activate a clean glas slide and the PDMS piece (where to get the plasma from?)
Put the PDMS piece back into a clean box and cover with a tube holder plate. Punch the holes.

UF WebCamStage.jpg

Attatch tubes and capture the microflow with a webcam stage.




UF FabLabParts.jpg

Parts lasercut from acrylic in the FabLab Lucern.

File with drawings of the cast forms and webcam stage: File:UFlow Casts.pdf