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Automated Layering & Stacking

We manufacture microfluidic laminates using highly automated equipment to align and stack different layers manufactured with laser cutting and die cutting. By precisely aligning and combining these layers, we can build up the features needed for complex products such as microfluidic diagnostics and lab-on-a-chip devices. We have spent years developing our custom layering and stacking machines to have industry-leading accuracy, repeatability, and throughput. Our engineers are experts in automated stacking and layering, and we can collaborate with your team to help you take advantage of this technology and develop a part that is easy and cost-effective to manufacture at high volumes.

Faster Product Development

Automated stacking and layering can significantly shorten the development cycle of a microfluidic product. We can help you commercialize new products in less than a year, whereas conventional manufacturing can take more than three years. The equipment also features limited hard tooling, so development costs are less than conventional methods, and it is faster and cheaper to accommodate design changes. Our proprietary robotic assembly equipment can operate in environments that demand immaculate cleanliness, such as pharmaceutical and medical.

How Resonetics Robotic Assembly Benefits Your Medical Devices

Our assembly robots are unique to the industry and feature vision- and force-sensing specifications, enabling them to precisely pick up and place components and layers. They are easily reconfigurable to accommodate design changes or transition to new products. Other benefits include:

  • Greater overall flexibility and consistency
  • Can accommodate small-batch and full-scale orders
  • Improved quality with process-integrated inspection
  • Higher throughput
  • Less waste
  • Improved traceability
  • Scalable

Resonetics Robotic Assembly Applications

With robotic placement, 100% visual inspection, and packaging, we offer small, intermediate, and high-volume assembly options. For fully automated production, we modify current machines or develop new ones designed specifically for an application or to meet your output requirements. Our medical device robotic assembly services are suitable for an array of projects, including:

  • Point-of-Care Diagnostics
  • Microfluidics
  • Advanced Wound Care
  • Wearable Biosensors
  • COVID-19 Test Manufacturing
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