Downloads from MiniFAB
Blister Techniques for On-Cartridge Reagent StorageJAN 2013
"Blister Techniques for On-Cartridge Reagent Storage" (PDF) is a poster presented at the SLAS Conference in Florida, 2013. It presents the benefits and technical challenges of combining liquid or gas reagents with microfluidic cartridges in a development and manufacturing environment.
Erol Harvey in the ATSE Magazine OCT 2012
Follow the link here to read Erol's article in the October issue of FOCUS, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering's magazine (page 3)
Design For Manufacture Approaches In MicrofluidicsSEP 2012
"Design-for-Manufacture Approaches in Microfluidic Product Development" (PDF) is a poster presented at the Lab-on-a-Chip World Congress in San Diego Sept 2012. It explores a range of tools and principles applied by MiniFAB during the design of disposable microfluidic cartridges to ensure successful manufacturing of the final product.
MiniFAB in the October edition of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers Bulletin 10 NOV 2011
Read about microfluidics, medical devices and MiniFAB in the October edition of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers Bulletin (PDF).
MiniFAB AIS Handout 08 NOV 2011
MiniFAB AIS Handout (6Mb, PDF)
How Feasible is the $1 lab-on-a-chip? 17 OCT 2011
"How Feasible is the $1 lab-on-a-chip?" (PDF) is a poster presented at the Lab-on-a-Chip World Congress in South San Francisco, Sept 2011. It describes a systematic approach to developing a useful model to predict the cost of your disposable cartridge, even in the very early stages of concept generation.
VIC Government media release 27 MAY 2011
MiniFAB (AUST) Pty Ltd has been inducted into the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame. Read the Vic Government media release here.
Superior surface protection
For complex structures that require superior protection from outside environments, MiniFAB uses Parylene to provide maximum barrier protection. For further information see this link to the May edition of AMT.
Product innovation assessment
MiniFAB offers clients a Product Innovation Assessment to enable an inexpensive assessment to be conducted before committing to a more expensive, full-scale product development phase. For more information, see the article in the most recent SEMIP newsletter.