During times of uncertainty, Michigan Tech’s Open Sustainability Technology (MOST) Lab doles out three new open source tools in response to the ongoing pandemic. The MOST Lab With advancements in technologies like 3D printing, people can share their designs with people across the world from them in a way that allows them to replicate medical-grade… Continue reading 3 New Open Source Tools To Aid In Battling COVID-19
The 3D printing industry has been a beacon of manufacturing hope during the pandemic outbreak — thanks in large part to materials that have proven up to the task.
ANSI has released several official standards related to the production of emergency medical equipment to address the COVID-19 process, which may apply to 3D printed components.
A new design for an open source ventilator that can be partially 3D printed has surfaced, but there are many cautions required before building it.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examines ventilator manufacture picking up with 3D printing.
A company has the capability to produce high-resolution medical components in metal, but it seems no one is asking them to help.
Two videos shed important light on how you should proceed in assisting COVID-19 efforts using a 3D printer.
Some very good ideas for optimizing the emergency manufacturing of ventilators.
Photocentric has developed a way to produce 40,000 potentially usable ventilator valves per week at their facility.