3D printed personal protective equipment fortifying PH frontliners

3D printed personal protective equipment fortifying PH frontliners

COVID-19 frontliners

As the Philippines faces the COVID-19 pandemic, Puzzlebox 3D, joined forces with the local network of 3D printing hubs, experts, and designers to help hospitals in short supply of PPEs by 3D printing Faceshield frames which is compatible with A4 acetate as a face cover. Puzzlebox 3D has offered up its services in areas where 3D printing is on-demand in the production of 3D printed PPEs, respirators, and other parts for medical equipment.

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The lack of supply of personal protective equipment (PPEs) in the medical industry during this pandemic is a reality. To contain the virus, every hour, every day is crucial for our health workers. We are relieved to see the 3D printing community step up to fill the void in the supply chain by producing 3D printed face shields and facemasks. In the Philippines, many volunteers, companies and even individuals at home are currently lending their assistance with on-demand fabrication from open-source designs; we call on those others who have 3D printers to join in on this fight against COVID-19,” commented Justin Gabitan, CEO of Puzzlebox 3D Solutions PH.

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To our frontliners who are risking their lives and keeping us out of harm's way, we will continue this simple of act of donation in part as support to you. We are able to continue working and being with our loved ones—because you have heeded the call to fight this pandemic.

The PPEs and other 3D printed equipment are NOT FOR SALE. If you are also in need of PPE's please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at the Contact Us section


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