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Flexdym Pellets - Polymer For Mass Production

The Flexdym pellets is perfect for experimented user who have developed a marketable product using this technology, and wish to begin mass production. Pellets are sold in packs of 1-10kg, 11-1000kg, and 1000-10000kg. Please select the variation corresponding to the amount you require.

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If you are looking for a solution to microfluidics mass production, our Flexdym pellets may be the perfect material for you.

Microfluidics Scalability Challenges

Microfluidics suffers from a lack of both biocompatible and scalable materials for mass production of microfluidic chips. In this domain, academics favor elastomeric materials, such as PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane), for device prototyping. And although PDMS has a relatively simple fabrication protocol, it also lacks scalability. In fact, PDMS microfluidic devices must be manually bonded and assembled. This hampers commercialization.

On the other hand, industry experts prefer thermoplastic materials, including COC, COP, PS, or PC. This is due to their scalability and compatibility with mass production processes, e.g. injection molding. However, these materials also harbor drawbacks for biomedical applications. For example, they require bonding treatments with harsh chemical and temperature conditions, that are not ideal for surface functionalization. Additionally, they are expensive to use at prototyping stages – limiting their widespread use.

The Flexdym Solution

To solve this issue, we have created Flexdym. Flexdym is a popular alternative to PDMS and specifically created for the scale up of microfluidics devices, thanks to its compatibility with mass production processes. Moreover, Flexdym is ideal for biological applications, because it is certified biocompatible ISO 10993 (parts 4, 5, 6, 10, 11) and UPS Class VI. This demonstrates Flexdym’s low toxicity and its ability to be used for medical applications. Other advantages of Flexdym include optical transparency and low molecular sorption, which make Flexdym a top choice for cell culture and diagnostic applications.

Now you can finally use the same material at all scales, from prototyping to mass production of your chips. Flexdym makes commercialization of microfluidic chips easy.

Interested in first testing out the Flexdym polymer? Check out our Flexdym Starter Pack. But if you already have experience with Flexdym but require more development before beginning mass production, you should see our Flexdym Rolls.

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1-10kg, 11-1000kg, 1001-10000kg

Flexdym Pellets for Mass Production

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Flexdym Pellets are available per kilo. 

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The pellets can be molded at small scales, suing our Sublym or a hot press, and at large scales using injection molding.

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The injection molding process allows Flexdym devices to be mass produced - a key advantage for product development.

A Biocompatible Material that is Scalable.

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From Prototyping...

Use Flexdym starter packs or rolls to create chips quickly and easily. Mold Flexdym in 2 minutes using our Sublym machine. The Flexdym protocol length is approx. 15-20 minutes, so you can save time in the lab.

To Mass Production.

The Flexdym pellets are compatible with injection molding machines used in mass production. Now you have the opportunity to turn you technology into a commercial product.

Injection Molding for Mass Production.

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Create Flexdym Microfluidic Devices In Minutes

Flexdym Devices


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Mold the Flexdym pellets using hot embossing or injection molding


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Unmold Flexdym


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Create inlet/outlet ports


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Bond Flexdym to substrate

Versatility: Flexdym Bonding Strength


Strong Bonding, up to several bars.


Strong Bonding, up to several bars.


Weak Bonding, ranging 500-700 mbar. Best for capillary devices.


Weak Bonding.

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Moderate Bonding.


Strong Bonding, reaching several bars.


Strong Bonding, reaching several bars.

Top Flexdym Applications Right Now.

Cell Culture

Flexdym has lower sorption properties & gas permeability. 

Reversible Seals

Flexdym can bond reversibly to a variety of substrates, acting as a excellent seal on devices.

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Flexdym has an elongation of 700%, meaning it can stretch to 7 times is original size.


Flexdym is a pressure sensitive adhesive that naturally sticks to the skin.

Flexdym Pricing

Flexdym’s pricing is comparable to other widely used microfabrication materials, with the added advantages of being:





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Flexdym Mechanical Properties.

Flexdym combines properties of thermoplastics and elastomers. This explains it’s elasticity (Young Modulus of 1.15 MPa) and simultaneous ability to be hot embossed. 

Flexdym Application: Cell Culture

Flexdym Application: Diagnostics

Flexdym Brochures & Documents

Who are Flexdym Users?

Flexdym New Material for Academic Microfluidics Prototyping | Eden Tech
Flexdym New Material for Academic Microfluidics Industrial R&D | Eden Tech
Flexdym New Material for R&D biotech start-ups | Eden Tech
Flexdym New Microfabrication material for R&D device fabs | Eden Tech

What Flexdym Users Say...

" We are having a great experience using Flexdym sheets to develop our organ-on-chip technology! The protocol is more user-friendly and less messy than what we were used to with PDMS. You skip all the prep work! No mixing or degassing. Eden also provides great customer service throughout the entire process, making it easier for us to advance towards commercializing our devices. "
CTO Finnadvance Tuan Nguyen
Tuan Nguyen
CTO at Finnadvance
"[...] the Flexdym polymer has become for us an exciting microfluidic medium, allowing us to develop new applications in analytical chemistry as well as cell culture. With original material properties and an excellent capacity for protytping, Eden's materials, instruments and knowledge contributed to develop our autonomy with thermoplastic microfluidics."
Hugo Salmon Tabrizian group, McGill University
Hugo Salmon
McGill University

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