Microfluidics is both a science – the study of fluid behavior in micrometer-sized microchannels – and a technology, enabling the manufacture of devices for handling very small quantities of liquid in micro-volumes.
Microfluidics at the service of tomorrow’s medicine. More and more medical device manufacturers are able to integrate this technology in the form of transdermal patches. Containing a chip and a network of microchannels, a microfluidic patch, for example, can inject a drug through the skin according to the patient’s needs, in real time and over a certain period. Numerous applications are currently under development.
Dorey Converting Systems’ rotary die-cutting and multilayer lamination machines enable continuous, reliable mass production of your multilayer microfluidic patches. They are capable of achieving the highest tolerance levels (up to +/- 25µm) of your most demanding specifications.
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