With its plug-and-play setup, the LSPone is very well suited for practical works in education. It is used in Swiss universities.
The aim of this practical work is to learn the technique of rapid prototyping for microfabrication and to test the fabrication by observing the flow of 2 liquids using optical microscopy. The LSPone is used to bring liquids and microbeads in the microchannels that have been fabricated by the students.
This practical is taught (at different speeds) to bachelor students in the course “Micro et nanotechnologies appliquées” at the HE-ARC and to master students in the course “Microfluidique” at HES-SO, two Swiss universities of applied science.
It includes the following steps:
A big thanks to Professor Alexandra Kämpfer-Homsy, from the Micro- and Nanosystems lab at HE-ARC, for sharing this with us.
“This pump is so easy to use compared to others I have tried. And the sofware is so simple. It’s a pleasure to use the LSPone.”
Pr. Alexandra Kämpfer-Homsy
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