Make Parts Fast: Essentium 3D Reusable Face Masks Help Keep Essential Business Operating

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Essentium, Inc., a leading provider of 3D printing technology for additive manufacturing, announced that the Houston Service Center, the headquarters of the rotating equipment services division of Sulzer in the Americas (SWX:SUN), has ordered 6,000 Essentium 3D printed protective face mask kits.

Instead of waiting weeks for masks that would have disrupted operations, Essentium was able to produce 3D printed face masks at scale and to Sulzer’s time-critical needs. Because Essentium conforms to FDA EUA guidelines, and the filtration media is ASTM Level 2 and BFE97, Sulzer knew it was providing employees with reliable, high-quality protective masks.

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