Ultimaker is offering its 3D printing expertise and its engineers to hospitals to help them cope with the situation and the lack of equipment.
As countries around the world are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, Netherlands-based Ultimaker announced that they are making their international network of 3D printing centers, experts and designers available to all hospitals that lack medical tools that can be quickly produced using 3D printing.
Via Ultimaker.com, hospitals can now locate the nearest 3D printing centers. The company offers to put hospital staff directly in contact with Ultimaker experts and designers to help them create missing parts and devices.
Hospitals that are facing a shortage of strategic parts such as respiratory valves, and that already have 3D printing models and materials can contact the nearest centers directly and send their […]
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