The reusable respirator has not been evaluated by the FDA, and Intermountain 3D makes no warranties as to its efficacy in any specific situation. It is being offered as a stopgap to healthcare providers in this time of shortage. However, great care has been taken to insure the safety of users of the mask.

Dassault Systèmes solutions help simulate and prevent contamination at Leishenshan Hospital in Wuhan

- Combating COVID-19 through technology to restore social and economic operations
- Use of the simulation software SIMULIA XFlow in China's largest modular hospital, which was built to treat COVID-19 patients in 14 days
- Moving to a 3D cloud-based platform approach instead of the slower and outdated document-based approach

3D printing subscription program allows greater capital and manufacturing flexibility

Following the successful launch of the consumption-based 3D-as-a-Service Plus (3DaaS Plus) subscription model, HP Inc. is now extending its availability to additional markets. In addition to Germany, 3DaaS Plus is now available in the USA, Italy, Great Britain, Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain. In Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Portugal and Sweden, the service will start on April 1, 2020. 3DaaS Plus is available on a per-print basis.

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

Formlabs has fielded hundreds of requests, evaluated dozens of potential applications for 3D printed products, and is now supporting a handful of projects with high-impact potential. The current priority areas were selected based on clinical demand, technical feasibility, and regulatory implications. Priority areas for focus include test kit swabs, ventilator splitters, and face shields. Once designs have been tested and validated by the medical community, Formlabs has the resources available to scale production to tens of thousands of parts per week. We are ready to engage our internal resources and community of skilled volunteers to produce parts for healthcare providers all over the world.

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