We present a technique for fabricating soft-lithography molds created using an epifluorescent microscope. By focusing the UV light emitted from a Hg arc lamp, we demonstrate the ability to direct-write photoresist features with a minimum resolution of 45 μm. This resolution is satisfactory for many microfluidic applications. A major advantage of this technique is its low cost, both in terms of capital investment and on-going expenditures. Furthermore, by using a motorized stage, we can quickly fabricate a design on demand, eliminating the need, cost, and lead-time required for a photomask. With the addition of an electronic shutter, complicated separate structures can be imaged and utilized to make a wide range of microfluidic devices. We demonstrate this technique using dry-film resist due to its low cost, ease of application, and less stringent safety protocols.