On the Road to Standardization in Microfluidics and Organ-on-Chip

Curious about the latest advancements in microfluidics and Organ-on-Chip standardization? Interested in gaining insights into the ongoing discussions surrounding a groundbreaking sensor/microfluidics interface standard? This article provides a comprehensive overview of current and upcoming activities in these fields, offering a glimpse into the future of cutting-edge technologies.

μ-MIM-Technologie löst technische Probleme

Die steigende Nachfrage nach Mikroteilen in verschiedenen Branchen ist ungebrochen. Die μ-MIM-Technologie wurde speziell für besonders kleine Metallteile mit engen Maßtoleranzen entwickelt. Wir haben uns ausschließlich auf die Herstellung von kleinen, komplexen Metallteilen in Netzform konzentriert, so dass der Trend zu MIM-Teilen mit einer Größe von mehr als 30 mm nicht in unserem Fokus liegt.

Micro Systems at COMPAMED 2023

Micro Systems will be exhibiting within the IVAM Microtechnology area at COMPAMED 2023, a premier international trade show focused on high-tech solutions for the medical industry, which will be held in Düsseldorf, Germany from Monday 13 to Thursday 16 November 2023. Micro Systems looks forward to welcoming all attendees at Booth F35.3, Hall 8a.

A Japanese Company with Ultra Precise Polishing Technology

TDC is a company located in Japan, that is the world's only company with ultra-precision mirror polishing technology that can polish any shape of any material, including metal, ceramics, resin, and glass, with nano-level precision. TDC has a total of 4,000 domestic customers, mainly companies in the automobile, semiconductor, and space industries, many of which process ultra-precision parts such as MEMS (microelectromechanical system) sensors. There are also processed products that only TDC can produce in the world.

Creating a Fused Silica Glass Lung by Using Selective Laser-induced Etching Technology

Technical glass enables unique features that are interesting for a wide variety of high-precision applications. Glass is chemically inert, therefore it remains chemically stable in harsh environments. Moreover, technical glass e.g. fused silica is resistant to high temperatures and enables excellent optical transmission without any auto fluorescence from deep UV to mid IR.

From idea to IVD product – individual lab on a chip solutions

The past pandemic has shown that smart lab on a chip solutions are stronger in need than ever, for infectious disease control, but also for routine diagnostics that require quick responses or automation of demanding sample preparation workflows. Start-ups and established companies often face the challenge to transform their product idea into initial prototypes and industrial series production with limited resources in terms of time, capacities and decentralized development processes.

LED Chips Custom Measured for Precise Requirements

Chips 4 Light supports companies that have special requirements for optoelectronic components and are looking for specific solutions for small and medium quantities. The company is primarily a distributor for LED chips, detectors and laser products, but also develops LEDs and LED modules outside the usual market standards or manufactures prototypes on customer request.

Microtechnology is paving the way to a smart world

Microtechnology forms the basis for the development of innovative technologies and smart systems that improve our daily lives and open up new possibilities for the future. Overall, miniaturization technologies are essential for digitization and smart applications as they offer space and resource efficiency, enable mobility and portability, create energy-efficient solutions, support connectivity and networking, and open up versatile application possibilities for a smart world.

Microfluidic Solutions for Medical and Diagnostics

Nowadays, there is a great need for highly efficient and accurate diagnostic systems. In order to save both time and money, you can transform passive diagnostic test into active microfluidic systems. These test are not only faster than their passive counterparts, but also more accurate and comprehensive.

Innovating Vascular Access - Managing a Critical Step in Life-Saving Infusion Therapy.

Peripheral Intravenous Catheter (PIVC) insertion to get access to the vascular system is a critical step in life-saving infusion therapy. PIVC application is one of the most common invasive procedures in medicine with PIVCs being sold billion times per year worldwide. Despite highest standards in modern medicine, conventional PIVCs often cause pain and fear with PIVC failure and complication rates being high. Children and vulnerable patients are particularly affected and technical innovation is urgently needed.