Additive Manufacturing Media: 3D Printing and Coronavirus Check-In

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In this conversation, Additive Manufacturing Media discusses 3D printing’s pivot to production; additive manufacturing as a bridge production measure for ventilator parts; personal protective equipment (PPE) for use by first responders and others outside hospitals; 3D printed testing swabs and more.

A shift appears to be emerging in how 3D printing is being applied to fight coronavirus. We seem to be moving past independent, isolated efforts and toward greater organization and guidance, higher volume 3D printing, and in some cases a shift to more conventional production techniques for PPE, ventilators and more.

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