At the moment, there are news stories about various ways that 3D printing is being used to address the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Many of these stories are being sent to us directly, hoping to spread the word.
For this reason, we will be publishing a series of articles discussing some of the ways that additive manufacturing (AM) has so far served medical efforts. However, it’s important during a time of overwhelming media hype and disinformation, that we look at these stories with a critical eye.
We’ve already learned how information about the current pandemic can be notoriously questionable. The reporting methods for the virus are varying from country to country, even town to town , as is the testing . Exact government responses to the pandemic are being challenged, making it difficult to find decent authorities on the topic. And, thanks to the power of social media, everyone has […]
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