The section headings on this page link to our git repositories. The repository for each project contains all design-files, software code, description of components, and instructions necessary to replicate it.
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This project describes how to make simple but high quality syringe pumps we use for microfluidics research. They are built with a consumer grade 3D-printer or with a laser cutter. Pump control is achieved by a graphical software frontend that additionally allows for live modifications and straightforward automation.
In this project an electronics circuit for strobing LEDs or laser diodes is shown that allows to significantly improve the performance of global shutter cameras to image fast events. The circuit is controlled by a microcontroller and a graphical software frontend. As is, it allows to generate light pulses with a duration down to one microsecond.