4th April 2020
Useful items for production include face shields, masks and door handles
The Clinic for Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology at the University Hospital Aachen, Germany, an EIT Health affiliated partner, is offering to help medical institutions with any 3D printing needed in the fight against COVID-19.
They have two 3D printers available and are able to quickly respond to orders in Germany.
The Clinic is open to any relevant printing projects, but potential items include face shields, masks and door handles that can be used to open doors using your forearm rather than hand.
The only price the clinic requires is reimbursement of the material costs (filament and resin) which they are happy to discuss.
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