Neurophotometrics and Markforged Announce New 3D Printed Nasal Swab that Provides Better Accuracy than Current COVID-19 Testing Standard in Initial Study
Neurophotometrics, Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego, SCREEN, and University of California San Diego collaborated to develop and test the 3D printed swab
A team from Florida Polytechnic University is working to build critical personal protection equipment for clinicians treating patients amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, helping address the shortage of protective supplies facing healthcare organizations nationwide.
Horse Saddle Shop uses 3D printer farm to produce much needed face shields for the medical community.
Horse Saddle Shop changes production from their popular EZ Saddle Fit Tool to producing face shield parts for Chicago and Northern Indiana hospitals
Infinite Electronics Produces & Donates 3D-Printed Reusable Face Shields for Healthcare Workers Battling COVID-19
Infinite Electronics, Inc., a leading global supplier of electronic components, is using its 3-D printing capabilities to produce reusable medical face shields in an effort to aid healthcare workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shortages of Ventilators and PPE has become a worldwide problem. Many of our manufacturing partners and other companies are stepping up to help with some innovative solutions. Here are just a few of the efforts being reported to us.
Formnext + PM South China has confirmed official partnerships with the Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing (ACAM) and the Verband Deutscher Maschinen-und Anlagenbau (VDMA), two of the most recognised advanced manufacturing groups in Germany. This strategic collaboration will bring benefits to the Chinese market by importing some of the most recent technologies and products in additive manufacturing, powder metallurgy and advanced ceramics from Germany.
Small digital manufacturing company pivots to support COVID-19 response
In an effort to help local healthcare providers overcome a global shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) due to the COVID-19 pandemic, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology is 3D printing masks for Monument Health and other local healthcare providers.
For a growing number of applications, 3D printing for batch production offers clear economic and added-value advantages- acting as a spur to innovation and enabling the production of end-use products impossible or uneconomical to produce with the use of alternative methods.
Nanofabrica has been extremely pro-active in the last few weeks in light of the emerging COVID 19 pandemic, and has reached out to professionals involved in the front-line fight against the disease to offer up its support for new protective and diagnostic solutions.
Solution brought to hospitals quickly and in full compliance with safety regulations
CRP Meccanica and CRP Technology made available their technological expertise to Energica during the off season to get ready for the MotoE™ event
To promote the adoption of additive manufacturing and spread awareness among the toolmakers, Objectify Technologies and TAGMA India have come up with a series of webinars. With the theme '3D Printing: Prototype to Production' the webinar series will start from April 6th and will go on till the 14th of April.
PI's new compact XY / XYZ gantry motion system provides overhead motion for industrial automation applications in assembly, pick-and-place, alignment, inspection, and custom 3D printer design. The A-351 compact gantry is designed and manufactured in the USA by PI's air bearing & precision motion division in Hopkinton, MA.
DISCOVERING AND CREATING NEW POSSIBILITIES IN MALAYSIAN INDUSTRY Malaysia embraces the vision to transform manufacturing sector drastically in the next 10 years. The nation is aimed to be the strategic partner for smart manufacturing and related services in Asia Pacific. There are few key initiatives and budget allocation implemented by Malaysian government to drive trade promotion and industry development, focusing on E&E, Machinery & Equipment, Medical Devices, Aerospace, Renewable Energy Consumer Technology & Tech Companies.
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Additive & 3D Printing - Featured Product
CRP Technology's Windform FR1 is intended to become a game-changing material in the field of 3D printing for its uniqueness: it is the first Flame Retardant (UL 94 V-0 rated) material for Additive Manufacturing which is carbon fiber reinforced. It is suitable for high feature detail applications, functional components and in general for any parts requiring FAR 25.853 fire retardant compliancy.