3D Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT) as a powerful tool in microfluidic development

Attila Bonyár, Hunor Sántha, Balázs Ring, Máté Varga, József Gábor Kovács, G. Harsányi

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Abstract

A novel method, a 3D printing technique, in particular, acrylic photopolymer material-based Rapid Prototyping (RPT) have been used to 1) fabricate molds for PDMS (PolyDiMethylSiloxane) casting; 2) fabricate RPT-based microfluidics and 3) fabricate RPT-based research instrument platforms. 3D RPT-based molds have been fabricated in order to cast a PDMS flow cell for a Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) instrument, and to cast a PDMS chamber for cell lysis in a nanobiological sensor. 3D printing has been utilized to create and test several acrylic photopolymer resin-based prototypes for different microfluidic structures (chaotic mixers, reagent and buffer reservoirs, fluid homogenizers) to be deployed for gynecological cervical sample preparation. Besides, RPT technique has been used also to fabricate platform elements for various microfluidic applications.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcedia Engineering
Pages291-294
Number of pages4
Volume5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event24th Eurosensors Conference - Linz, Austria
Duration: Sep 5 2010Sep 8 2010

Other

Other24th Eurosensors Conference
CountryAustria
CityLinz
Period9/5/109/8/10

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Rapid prototyping
Microfluidics
Polydimethylsiloxane
Photopolymers
Molds
Acrylics
Printing
Surface plasmon resonance
Casting
Resins
Fluids
Sensors

Keywords

  • Microfluidics
  • PDMS
  • RPT
  • SPR

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Bonyár, A., Sántha, H., Ring, B., Varga, M., Kovács, J. G., & Harsányi, G. (2010). 3D Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT) as a powerful tool in microfluidic development. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 5, pp. 291-294) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2010.09.105

3D Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT) as a powerful tool in microfluidic development. / Bonyár, Attila; Sántha, Hunor; Ring, Balázs; Varga, Máté; Kovács, József Gábor; Harsányi, G.

Procedia Engineering. Vol. 5 2010. p. 291-294.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bonyár, A, Sántha, H, Ring, B, Varga, M, Kovács, JG & Harsányi, G 2010, 3D Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT) as a powerful tool in microfluidic development. in Procedia Engineering. vol. 5, pp. 291-294, 24th Eurosensors Conference, Linz, Austria, 9/5/10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2010.09.105
Bonyár A, Sántha H, Ring B, Varga M, Kovács JG, Harsányi G. 3D Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT) as a powerful tool in microfluidic development. In Procedia Engineering. Vol. 5. 2010. p. 291-294 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2010.09.105
Bonyár, Attila ; Sántha, Hunor ; Ring, Balázs ; Varga, Máté ; Kovács, József Gábor ; Harsányi, G. / 3D Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT) as a powerful tool in microfluidic development. Procedia Engineering. Vol. 5 2010. pp. 291-294
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