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University of Gothenburg


During the last decades, different microfabrication techniques and 3D-print technology have been extensively used in biological and pharmaceutical research, e.g. for microfluidic devices. It has many proven advantages, such as precise time and flow volume control, high efficiency and low cost.

Full service includes:

  • We provide guidance with ideal experimental set up.
  • We will then take care of the technical side of designing and fabricating the components.
  • This service is subject to availability of our resources.
An example of a 3D-printed imaging chamber

For the 3D printing service, we currently offer following materials:

  • PLA
  • Tough PLA
  • PVA (water soluble)
  • TPU 95 (semi-flexible, durable, and chemical resistant)
  • CPE (chemical resistant)

On request, other materials can be supplied

Ultimaker S5 3D printer