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Silicon Valley–based digital manufacturing company Carbon announced today that it is producing more than one million 3D-printed nasopharyngeal swabs per week for COVID-19 testing. It has also partnered with adidas to print and donate PPE face...
Belgium’s 3D-printing pioneer Materialise has developed a device that can bring relief to patients awaiting a ventilator while an Israeli startup recruits a “Maker Army” to print and deliver protective gear.
From a pet toy manufacturer to an artificial intelligence company, US businesses are turning their expertise to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
SLA, SLS, FDM and SLM additive manufacturing capabilities on offer to medical technology sector.
Prized for their biocompatibility, safety and performance, medical-grade polymers will continue to experience robust demand from medical device OEMs. The global medical polymers market is projected to surpass $24 billion by 2024.
Over the span of one weekend, Formlabs, Northwell Health, and USF Health worked together to develop a nasal swab prototype and test it in the lab. The swabs have received FDA Class I exempt status.
Works with 3M, GE, UAW to speed production of respirators and face shields for healthcare workers, ventilators for coronavirus patients.
Additive manufacturing technology leaders Carbon and HP are helping to produce critical medical parts. Meanwhile, residents at Massachusetts General Hospital have launched a “moonshot” competition to develop mechanical ventilators.