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What type of connectors should I order?
What type of connectors should I order? We offer on a standard basis two types of connectors - Luer and Nanoport- and we are often asked how…
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New Nanoport Connector
New Nanoport Connector Many of our microfluidic chips and flow cells are equipped with Nanoport™ connectors. Model N-126S, which was our standard model,…
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Metallic Luer Connectors
Metallic Luer Connectors At the request of some of our customers, and on a custom basis, we now offer microfluidic chips and flow…
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Custom Chip Design Tips: Connector Footprint
Custom Chip Design Tips: Connector Footprint When you design microfluidic chips, remember that you must allow sufficient space for the connectors to operate properly. You must…
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An inexpensive Microfluidics Set-up
An inexpensive Microfluidics Set-up We are often asked: “What are the components needed to set-up a microfluidic test bed?” There are numerous answers to…
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Nanoport Fluid Connectors
Nanoport Fluid Connectors The majority of our customers order glass microfluidic chips and flow cells with fluid connectors factory-installed. One of the standard…
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Microfluidic design: Minimizing Internal Volumes
Microfluidic design: Minimizing Internal Volumes Each component of a microfluidic system (tubing, connector, microfluidic channel, etc.) has an internal volume.  This volume has to be…
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Using Luer Fittings
Using Luer Fittings Many customers order chips (or flow cells) with factory-installed Luer connectors. These chips are shipped with a protective luer cap,…
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High-Pressure Microfluidic Chips
High-Pressure Microfluidic Chips Most microfluidic applications involve only relative moderate pressures. However, some applications do require working with high-pressures. Occasionally we are asked…
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