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MiniFAB takes 2012 AACC exhibit visitors from concept to manufactured microfluidic product
MiniFAB will again be exhibiting at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) conference to be held July 15-19, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA.
On display will be a variety of disposable polymer microfluidic products developed for a range of applications, demonstrating:
• Microfluidic systems with integrated Lab-on-a-chip solutions
• Integration of functional elements like sensors, electrodes, mixers, valves, filters, membranes, and reagent storage.
• A variety of substrate materials with a range of channel and feature sizes and complexity
• Polymer hybrid cartridges that integrate non-polymer materials, such as silicon dies.
• Manufacturability of challenging features and high complexity
“We are excited to be showcasing our microfluidics manufacturing expertise at the AACC and we look forward to talking with visitors about our unique Design for Manufacture approach” says Erol Harvey, MiniFAB’s CEO.
MiniFAB specializes in developing in-vitro diagnostics (IVD) and sample preparation enabled by custom microfluidic lab-on-chip solutions that solve complex problems.
MiniFAB is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia and has offices in the United States and Europe. With a flexible and open engagement model, MiniFAB’s product development process covers the entire spectrum, from converting early-stage product concepts into prototypes through to OEM full-scale, high throughput manufacturing within an ISO 13485 environment.
This is the 5th year that MiniFAB will be exhibiting at this event, the largest clinical lab exposition in the world. MiniFAB is exhibiting at Booth #2363 and is currently scheduling appointments. To meet with MiniFAB at the show or to arrange a meeting outside of the show, please contact Andrew Campitelli at andrewcampitelli@
MiniFAB is an ISO 13485 certified, privately-held contract engineering firm providing custom development and manufacture of disposable polymer microengineered products. Established in 2002, MiniFAB has completed over 500 projects with partners worldwide. With a flexible and open engagement model, MiniFAB’s product development process covers the entire spectrum, from converting early-stage product concepts into prototypes through to full-scale, high throughput OEM manufacturing. With a focus on lab-on-chip solutions for point-of-care, laboratory, and in-field applications, MiniFAB has delivered custom solutions into diverse markets including medical devices, diagnostics, food packaging and aerospace. For more information, visit www.minifab.com.au.