If you are interested in microfluidics, then you will probably be very excited to find out more about the first commercial 3D printer for fabricating fluidically sealed devices, to include items like microfluidic chips, manifolds and connectors, and selections from the Fluidic Factory design library for as little as a dollar. It’s compact, offers high speed and high resolution, and prints with cyclic olefin copolymer (COC), a robust polymer approved by the FDA for implantables. The Fluidic Factory 3D printer is manufactured by Dolomite, headquartered in the UK. Read more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/124532/fluidic-factory-3d-printer/