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Precise Information About Helmet-Based Ventilation Helps Patients, Medical Staff and Decision Makers Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

Helmet-based ventilation proved itself efficient in Italy, where the new coronavirus COVID-19 has hit the hardest so far. As various regions of the world gear towards the biggest pandemic spread, hospitals, investors and manufacturers need precise information related to this revolutionary method of non-invasive ventilation.


Formlabs Covid19 response: Face Shields

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

Formlabs Covid19 response: Ventilator Splitter

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

Formlabs Covid19 response: conversion kits

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

Formlabs Covid19 response: swabs

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

3D Printing and Production Continues at Titan Robotics

In the last week we have seen more than ever the importance of 3D printing, as companies around the globe use additive manufacturing to help in the fight against the new coronavirus. At Titan Robotics, we are working with our local health professionals to be of assistance in any way we can in the wake of protective equipment shortages.

HP Inc. and Partners Mobilize 3D Printing Solutions to Battle COVID‐19

Many 3D design files to be made freely available to accelerate critical parts production

HP Inc. and its global digital manufacturing community are mobilizing their 3D printing teams, technology, experience, and production capacity to help deliver critical parts in the effort to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

EU Commission urgently seeks 3D printing capacity for medical applications

On behalf of the European Commission, we have received the request below, which we would like to pass on to you. If you currently have 3D printing capacity available, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. urgently so that we can arrange contact.


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