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Fluidic Adapter

Download for free, print, assemble memetis valves and test

Do you want to quickly test memetis valves or integrate them into a fluidic system prototype? On this page, you will find a range of useful fluidic adapters compiled at a glance - including free configurations with two and four valves. Download the STL models, print them with your preferred 3D printer, assemble the valves, and start testing!

Tube Adapters

Tube Adapter for a Single Valve

For directly attaching tubing connections to a memetis valve.

Download single valve tube adapter

Double Valve Tube Adapter "Channel Merging"

Combine two memetis 2-way valves to emulate a 3-way valve with direct tubing connections.

Download double valve tube adapter "Channel Merging"

Threaded Adapters

Single Valve Adapter

Connect a single memetis valve to your preferred third-party tubing connector.

Download single valve adapter

Double Valve Adapter "Distribute it!"

Emulate the functionality of a 3-way valve: Use the "Distribute it!" adapter to direct liquids into one of two target vessels.

Download double valve adapter "Distribute it!"

Double Valve Adapter "Mix it up!"

Emulate the functionality of a 3-way valve: Choose between two input fluids with the "Mix it up!" adapter.

Download double valve adapter "Mix it up!"

Four-valve adapter "Channel Distribution"

Route fluids directly into four target channels with the "Channel Distribution" adapter.

Download four-valve adapter "Channel Distribution"

Four Valve Adapter "Channel Merging"

Connect four input containers to your application using the "Channel Merging" adapter.

Download four-valve adapter "Channel Merging"


Reverse the direction of a unidirectional pump by switching between two channels.

Download Flow-Reverser


To achieve optimal results, please consider the following instructions:

  • Choose a printer and resin/filament that can produce parts free of bubbles and pores.
  • Make sure that the resin/filament has sufficient chemical resistance to the liquids you want to work with.
  • Depending on the chosen printer and resin/filament, it may be necessary to remove or add material to the surfaces of the models to achieve the correct dimensions.
  • After printing, rinse the channels with isopropanol (or water) and then repeatedly blow them with compressed air to remove any uncured resin.
  • Resins with lower viscosity facilitate cleaning of the internal fluid channels.
  • Assemble the valves with M1.6 screws and nuts (which are inserted into the hex pockets).
  • Pay attention to the position of the valve inlet and outlet.
  • Connect the adapter to your fluidic system using Luer or Idex connectors (UNF 10-32) and silicone or PTFE tubes.