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November 25th, 2009

Small holes in high volume to keep down cost of microfluidic devices

Abstract:
Hitachi Via Mechanics USA Inc., recently drilled 10,000 through holes—each 100µm in dia.—in a 0.5mm thick cast polyimide wafer, which is used for caustic microfluidic diagnostic applications.

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