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“…The resolution is much higher than the FFF 3D-printed devices, however, longer time of fabrication, the need for post-treatment and curation, and the use of toxic resins are some drawbacks that make SLA less popular than FFF. Nevertheless, one of the first works on the Bismuth film electrodeposition 3D-printed wearable device containing the electrochemical device was fixed at the body using an elastic tape for zinc determination in sweat Dias et al (2019) Images reproduced with permission from American Chemical Society (Snowden et al, 2010;Richter et al, 2019;Sempionatto et al, 2017;Katseli et al, 2021;Dias et al, 2019), Italian Association of Chemical Engineering (Ponce de Leon et al, 2014), Elsevier (Dias et al, 2016;Cardoso et al, 2018;Mendonça et al, 2019;Cardoso et al, 2019;Silva et al, 2020;Escobar et al, 2020;Sibug-Torres et al, 2021;Cardoso et al, 2020c;Ferreira et al, 2021;O'Neil et al, 2019;Baltima et al, 2021); Brazilian Chemical Society (Cardoso et al, 2020a), Royal Society of Chemistry (Elbardisy et al, 2020) and Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (Vlachou et al, 2020).…”
Section: Examples Of 3d Printer Applications In Electrochemical Devices 3d Printed Electrochemical Cells For Sensing and Other Applicatiomentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The resolution is much higher than the FFF 3D-printed devices, however, longer time of fabrication, the need for post-treatment and curation, and the use of toxic resins are some drawbacks that make SLA less popular than FFF. Nevertheless, one of the first works on the Bismuth film electrodeposition 3D-printed wearable device containing the electrochemical device was fixed at the body using an elastic tape for zinc determination in sweat Dias et al (2019) Images reproduced with permission from American Chemical Society (Snowden et al, 2010;Richter et al, 2019;Sempionatto et al, 2017;Katseli et al, 2021;Dias et al, 2019), Italian Association of Chemical Engineering (Ponce de Leon et al, 2014), Elsevier (Dias et al, 2016;Cardoso et al, 2018;Mendonça et al, 2019;Cardoso et al, 2019;Silva et al, 2020;Escobar et al, 2020;Sibug-Torres et al, 2021;Cardoso et al, 2020c;Ferreira et al, 2021;O'Neil et al, 2019;Baltima et al, 2021); Brazilian Chemical Society (Cardoso et al, 2020a), Royal Society of Chemistry (Elbardisy et al, 2020) and Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (Vlachou et al, 2020).…”
Section: Examples Of 3d Printer Applications In Electrochemical Devices 3d Printed Electrochemical Cells For Sensing and Other Applicatiomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A handheld 3D pen can be used to construct tiny electrodes within 3D-printed platforms, which enabled the design of multiple electrochemical devices (Table 2 lines O to Q). The first two examples are from electrochemical devices similar to commercially available screen-printed electrodes using either FFF or SLA to fabricate a customized template for further coverage with the conductive carbon filaments using a 3D pen (Cardoso et al, 2020a, andCardoso et al, 2020c). A real image of the device constructed using SLA is presented in Table 2 (Cardoso et al, 2020c).…”
Section: Examples Of 3d Printer Applications In Electrochemical Devices 3d Printed Electrochemical Cells For Sensing and Other Applicatiomentioning
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“…However, carbon black (CB) presents interesting characteristics, especially due to its excellent conductivity, electrocatalytic properties, and cost-effectiveness [ 21 , 22 ]. Therefore, CB finds application as a conductive filler material in 3D printing due to the advantages of the material for analyte detection, which is the focus of a few published studies that show the potential of CB as a conductive material on 3D printing filaments applied for electrochemical sensors development [ [23] , [24] , [25] ]. Even though the preparation of electrochemical devices using 3D technology has been described, little is known about biosensors based on 3D printed CB/PLA platform, as well as, to the best of our knowledge, there are no reports regarding 3D printed immunosensors.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…[7][8][9][10][11][12] The 3D printing pen, as opposed to the 3D printer, offers an ultra-low cost and easy-to-use option. [13][14][15] The outbreak of COVID-19 due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus is currently a major worldwide emergency. [16] As evidenced by previous virus epidemics, highly sensitive and specific laboratory diagnostics for COVID-19 are essential for case identification, contact tracing, and making timely decisions for risk management.…”
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