Our mission is to enable cost effective design, development, and manufacture of Lab on a Chip, and microfluidic products.
We work with clients from proof of concept through beta testing, clinical trials, and product launch.
Our engineered solutions lower the cost of development while providing a superior product. In partnership with our clients, we provide engineering, rapid prototyping, and volume production of microfluidic devices. Our expertise in multiple micro fabrication technologies creates an integrated product solution. Our design and fabrication processes have successfully supported commercialization.
Every product has its unique challenges; we welcome the opportunity to address them.
Integration of multiple fabrication methods to develop cost effective, Lab-on-a-Chip systems for multiplexed, multi-step tests. Readily incorporate on board valves, vents, and pumps. Integrate injection molded interfaces for blister packs and sample handling. Interface to sensing components to create a complete sample to answer system.
Microfluidic engineering expertise with successful delivery on multiple programs, including cell culture, Sample prep, PCR, multiplexed immuno and molecular assays. Design strategies ensure path to volume manufacture. Assembly processes are compatible with temperature sensitive biological reagents.
Working with ALine
With over 50+ years of combined experience in microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip design and development, we have a track record of success. Our focus is to work in partnership with our clients to provide the highest level of attention to the design and development to ensure commercial viability of your Lab-on-a-Chip product.
I want to thank you for being a great vendor for us this year. Just today I got an email from our CEO congratulating us on the great response we got from a potential customer after processing a sample for them using one of your prototypes. We’ve still got a lot of work to do on this project but we made great progress this year in large part because of ALine. Please thank Erika and your other team members from us.
Josh Molho, Caliper Life Sciences
Polymer laminate technology has also been a helpful rapid prototyping tool. Whenever we want to change or optimize the design, the laser's setting can be changed easily to provide us with redesigned laminate layers.
Robin Liu, Osmetech Molecular Diagnostics
With polymer laminate fabrication, we can change the configuration [of the prototype] and have a new device to test, whose parameters are close to the finished product within a few days after submitting a CAD drawing. There is no expensive tooling and no waiting around for injection molding. Our time to market will be much faster than it would have been with the original method used by [other companies]. It's not a difficult process to scale up, and we will be able to mass-produce large numbers of devices in a very short period of time.
William Nelson, Tetracore Inc., Rockville, MD