We are contract manufacturers specializing in injection-molded nano- and micro-scale microfluidic consumables.  Centrally located to major biotech hubs in California, Technicolor Precision BioDevices partners “locally” with clients, providing prototyping through scale manufacturing services.

A wholly owned-division of Technicolor HES with over 35 years injection-molding/molding experience, we offer end-to-end solutions for mass-manufacturing scale-up in multiple facilities; custom-packaging capability in Poland, Mexico and Australia; and simplified logistics with our own worldwide shipping capability.


Sean Lee
Sean LeeDirector, Manufacturing

Sean Lee of Technicolor Precision BioDevices has 10 years of industrial experience and subject matter expertise in the microfluidics arena, including product development, production line setup, process development, and quality control. Sean received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Cincinnati in 2008, with a research focus in BioMEMS and microfabrication of Lab-on-a-Chip devices. He was in charge of the manufacturing when his previous company successfully commercialized a series of microfluidics consumable products.

Blake Perkins
Blake PerkinsVice President, Business Development

Blake Perkins has over twenty years’ experience with leading companies in the development, manufacturing, and commercialization of medical devices and Point-of Care in vitro diagnostic products.
Blake holds a BA in Biological Science from the University of California, San Diego and an MBA from Boston University.

Kevin Sullivan
Kevin SullivanSVP Strategy & Development

Kevin has spent the last decade leading strategy and new business development efforts for Technicolor, including the establishment of Technicolor Precision Biodevices, as well as a wide array of other M&A activity, strategic partnerships, and various new business diversification initiatives. Prior to joining Technicolor, Kevin worked in investment banking, where he was focused on M&A advisory services for firms in the technology, manufacturing, and professional services sectors. Kevin holds a BA in Economics and an MBA from the University of California, Irvine.

John Town
John TownSVP Technology

John Town has led Technicolor’s technology development in the fields of precision molding and micro-fabrication for the past 20+ years – including most recently the addition of Technicolor Precision BioDevices’ Technical Innovation Center located in Southern California. Over the past 10 years, he has served on the Board of several leading standards and technology organizations. John holds an MS in Microelectronic Systems and has over 10 patents in the field of optical technology and injection molding.


  • Established 2017 as Technicolor Precision BioDevices, a subsidiary of Technicolor

  • Dedicated Technical Innovation Centre based in Camarillo, CA

  • ISO 7 / Class 10,000 Cleanrooms

  • ISO 13485:2016 certified

  • Multi-disciplinary expertise – microfluidics, nano fabrication, bioengineering, optical, biotech and material science

  • Proven track record of developing and manufacturing IVD medical devices

  • Scale manufacturing facilities in North America and Europe

  • Worldwide packaging, shipping and logistics

Our core expertise is in lab-on-a-chip microfluidic systems and extends to markets including medical diagnostics clinical / Point-of-Care testing, environmental monitoring, agricultural testing, veterinary, drug discovery and life sciences.


Optical Imaging Flow Cell – Clear-to-Clear Laser Welding

The Requirement: A hermetically sealed flow cell with clear cover and channel layers with uniform channel height and no adhesive contamination.

Solution: Technicolor’s unique contour laser welding technology seals clear-to-clear materials, no darker energy absorbing layer is needed resulting in a clear optical path.

Precision High Pressure Droplet Generator – Solvent Bonding

The Requirement: A complex, optically clear droplet generator and pillar array design is required for precision drop size, distribution and segregation operating under high pressure.

Solution: Technicolor’s solvent bonding enabled the assembly of clear-to-clear materials avoiding cover films with adhesives that could overflow and impact droplet formation, biocompatibility and different surface energies.


The Requirement: A cost effective and reproducible alternative to silicone as a substrate for a precision nano-pore microarray used for genomic analysis.

Solution: Technicolor provided reproducible injection molded microarrays with uniform spaced pores as small as 20um in diameter performing well in the NGS application and at a reduced cost.


Technicolor Precision BioDevices is an ISO 13485 certified, Contract Manufacturer providing services for development and manufacturing of polymer microfluidic devices.

Our Quality Management System is certified to ISO 13485:2016 and is designed to ensure that all products are fit for their intended purpose, meet the required specifications for quality and safety, and comply with all customer and regulatory requirements.