Plastic/Glass Micro-Channel Chip Companies/Vendors/Foundries
Ignacio A. Zuleta
izuleta at stanford.edu
Thu Aug 12 12:43:24 PDT 2004
Dear Kevin and other users,
The guys at http://www.collimatedholes.com/ do glass capillary arrays here
in the Bay Area. I hope this helps.
Ignacio A. Zuleta
From: Ke Wang [mailto:curlwang at stanford.edu]
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 8:38 AM
To: Kevin Dean Ness
Cc: labmembers at snf.stanford.edu; david_oksenberg at hotmail.com
Subject: Re: Plastic/Glass Micro-Channel Chip Companies/Vendors/Foundries
One vendor I know is BURLE INDUSTRIES, INC, though I've never tried. They
routinely make glass capillary arrays with regular closely-spaced pores as
small as 2 um in diameter. These arrays can be designed with variable
spacing and pore diameters.
Hope this helps.
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004, Kevin Dean Ness wrote:
> I could use some help identifying possible vendors or commercial
> foundries to fabricate micro-channel plastic and/or glass chips.
> Any names of companies you can recommend would be very helpful.
> For those interested in more details about my specific requirements
> please read below.
> Thanks in advance for your help...
> Kevin Ness
> MORE DETAILS:
> I will send them the mask layout for fluidic port locations (~500 um
> diameter) and the micro-channel top view layout (micro-channel details
> -- rectangular geometry ~50 um deep x ~500 um wide).
> I would like them to fab fluid ports in top layer, fab u-channels in
> the bottom layer and fuse/bond the two layers together.
> If possible I would like electrodes fabricated in the fluid wells (for
> E-field) and the ability (NOT NECESSARY) to perform metalization
> bonding) at the bonded interface for temperature sensing and actuation.
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