Hardware design, testing, and prototyping

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Problem

The customer needed to develop a product that used a silicon sensor to make a fluorescent measurement in a microfluidic chamber. Determining the best size and shape of the chamber, and minimizing cross contamination, were critical.

Solution

PhaseThree used computational fluid dynamics to analyze the best size and shape of the chamber to minimize cross contamination, and prototyped, built, and tested several competing chamber designs.

Result

The customer received a cost-effective, user-friendly, prototyped and tested chamber design within a few weeks. Phase Three then used that chamber design to create a full disposable and instrument and reader design.

 

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