3-D Printing

Mass production and supply chains have been massively interrupted due to
the COVID outbreak. In-home and commercial 3D printers can help fill the
gap by producing nasal swabs and other supplies that are hard to come by
as the issues arise. We are seeing this evolve from full masks being printed
to parts that help to outfit a current mask to become a filtered, virus
protection mask to assist with wearing a mask all day. Here are some
initiatives being accomplished with the help of 3D printers: