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Rapid Fluidics and Flow Circuits enter microfluidic partnership

Access to a combined software design and rapid prototyping workflow is expected to significantly improve development timelines

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Flow Circuits, the developer of one of the first design platforms that enables teams to draw, simulate, automate, and build fluidic systems, and Rapid Fluidics Ltd, a market leader in novel 3D printed design and rapid-prototyping services for microfluidic systems, have entered a partnership agreement to facilitate the design and development of microfluidic systems. Access to a combined software design and rapid prototyping workflow is expected to significantly improve development timelines and allow for more exploration of innovative solutions.

“Working with the high-quality Flow Circuits design approach allows our customer base to improve upon our already rapid delivery timelines,” said Paul Marshall, CEO of Rapid Fluidics. “And access to their software and experienced team also broadens our own design consultancy capabilities. Even more exciting, this partnership may also create an opportunity for additional partnering to develop a microfluidic products and services community to even better serve our combined customer base.”

Utilizing the combined workflow, microfluidic designs can be realized through the Flow Circuits software and with a simple click – transferred to Rapid Fluidics for rapid 3D printing and delivery.

“Rapid Fluidics is perfectly suited to help us realize our ‘Design-Test-Build’ vision by offering its manufacturing services to the Flow Circuits user base, giving them tools to prototype complex integrated devices in days,” said Andrew Krippner, Founder of Flow Circuits. “This partnership will significantly benefit our customers, and our industry as a whole.”

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