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approaches with photoresists and polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) [ 4 ]. However, these routes need complex steps and skillful hands, and difficult yet to realize sophisticated design of microfluidic devices [ 5 ]. Therefore, three-dimensional (3D) printing

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References [1] Zhang J. , Xiao P. ( 2018 ), 3D printing of photopolymers . Polymer Chemistry , 9 , 1530 – 1540 . DOI: 10.1039/C8

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: János Imre Barabás, Áron Kristóf Ghimessy, Ferenc Rényi-Vámos, Ákos Kocsis, László Agócs, László Mészáros, Dávid Pukacsik, Judit Andi, András Laki, Fanni Vörös, István Hartyánszky, Alexis Panajotu, Levente Fazekas, Zoltán Szabolcs, and Béla Merkely

References 1 Chepelev L, Giannopoulos A, Tang A, et al. Medical 3D printing: methods to standardize terminology and report trends. 3D Print Med. 2017; 3: 4

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. 3D printing in orthognathic surgery – a literature review. J Formos Med Assoc. 2018; 117: 547–558. 20 Seres L, Varga E Jr, Kocsis A, et al. Correction of a severe facial

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Patrik Márk Máder, Dorottya Szilágyi, and Olivér Rák

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Information-based modeling technology is supported by advanced information technology solutions in the building industry. The integration of its methodology into construction and design processes is already going on. However, many areas still have development possibilities; for instance, building surveys belong to these fields. Countless survey tools and methodologies endeavor to support and ease the work of professionals in design and construction, yet there is a need for comprehensive collaboration. This could be promoted by creating a direct link between survey tools and architectural design software.

This article demonstrates a tool under development that intends to provide a solution to this issue.

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patient. Circulation 2005; 112: e356–e357. 3 Kurup HK, Samuel BP, Vettukattil JJ. Hybrid 3D printing: a game-changer in personalized cardiac medicine? Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther. 2015

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Magyar Sebészet
Authors: János Imre Barabás, Miklós Pólos, László Daróczi, Tivadar Hüttl, Kálmán Benke, Ferenc Horkay, Zoltán Szabolcs, and István Hartyánszky

of perspective. Heart Fail Rev. 2013; 18(1): 15–25. 19 Benke K, et al.: Routine aortic valve replacement followed by a myriad of complications: role of 3D printing

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Péter Zoltán Bogár, Luca Tóth, Szilárd Rendeki, László Mátyus, Norbert Németh, Mihály Boros, Bálint Nagy, Miklós Nyitrai, and Péter Maróti

, Mehndiratta A, von Tengg-Kobligk H, et al. 3D printing based on imaging data: review of medical applications. Int J Comput Assist Radiol Surg. 2010; 5: 335–341. 31

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] Bioprinting as an extension of 3D printing offers the ability to create a 3D biomimetic tissue by depositing cells and, in some cases, multiple cell types into a 3D construct with precise and reproducible spatial distribution. Applying bioprinting, organ

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-2016-0203 [13] A. Dimic , Z. Miskovic , R. Mitrovic , M. Ristivojevic , Z , Stamenic , J. Danko , J. Bucha , and T. Mileshich , “ The influence of material on the operational characteristics of spur gears manufactured by the 3D printing

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