Fluidic Component Integration


Hose/Capillary connector without dead volume
The stuffing cone is compressed between the device body and the hose/capillary to ensure sealing and fixation
Fluidic Connection ConnMchn1SMachining for Cnct32 Connector (Bottom view)
High Pressure Connector
The extracting force applied on the connector is only 0,3 N for a connector with a terminal hole of 200 µm and at a pressure of 100b. No gasket is needed with polymer materials


High Pressure Connector

Micro valve by screwing
The upper channel is closed by PDMS stuffed inside it with the screw
VanneScrMicro Valve by Screwing BotMch4SMachined upper channel with a 150µm hemispherical mill.
Pressure Micro Valve
The membrane is plated on the upper channel by a pressure in the connector
Smooth surface capability of the machining makes possible to close the channel without excessive pressure 
VanneMbrPressure Valve BotMch2SInterrupted channel connected to upper channel via two 100µm holes drilled with OpticMac5
Channel Stopper
PDMS is Stuffed in the channel by the Screw via a conical machining on the top of the channel.
BouchonChannel Stopper  
Membrane Integration

•Species filtering,
•Electrical connection through Nafion membrane  without liquid flow that avoids bubbling inside of the channel
•Molecular concentrator with dialysis membrane type
•Channel filling with particles
Membrane Integration  

Cnn32 soket machined with OpticMac5 ( Bottom view)
























































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