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We are working directly with Khalsa Aid Canada to provide them with face masks as their team delivers groceries to quarantined, elderly or immunodeficient people as well as Food Banks across Canada. They’ve been unable to source N95 masks, so will be leveraging these 3D printed face masks we’re producing with our Ultimaker 3D printers to protect their team.
We are also working closely with Canadian hospitals and other front line workers to assess their current needs and shortages, and provide support as required.
Download the STL file and the dimensions for the required plastic protective sheet here.
We are in contact with Prabmeet Sarkaria, MPP and Associate Minister of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction, regarding the potential shortage of ventilators in Canada. Our Director of Additive Manufacturing, Deep Singh, has offered our assistance and has designed multiple iterations of a ventilator splitter for multiple patients.
This design is still being validated, but once approved we will openly share the design file with anyone in need, as well as leverage our 3D printers and those willing within our network to supply these to medical centers in need.
GrabCad | Filip Kober
Full range of 5 respirator-free reanimation Venturi's valves (rev. 4). It has been designed for horizontal and vertical production in low and high volume.
Thingiverse | PeeKayFr
Thingiverse | PeeKayFr
Thingiverse | PeeKayFr
Open the doors without touching them with your hands. It avoids the further spread of germs such as coronavirus.
Materialise has recently designed and made available free of charge a door opener that can be 3D printed and that allows you not to use your hands but to perform the action with your arm.
Leitat | Mr. Magí Galindo
First industrialized field 3D printed emergency respiration device to support hospitals and ICUs. A mechanical bag valve mask (BVM) that can be used for short term emergency ventilation of COVID-19 patients. 3D printing allows this health system to be made available quickly during the shortage of medical equipment. With HP Multi Jet Fusion technology and existing capabilities in the alliance, both in design and in prototyping, the functionality of this first model of the largely 3D printed emergency respiration device has been developed and tested. Industrially scalable – expectation is that the production capacity of between 50 and 100 units per day can be reached.
Design created by Leitat senior engineer Mr. Magí Galindo, and medically validated by Dr. Lluís Blanch, Director of Innovation at the Hospital Parc Taulí in Sabadell, an expert in mechanical ventilation.
Helps relieve ear pain for hospital staff who need to wear masks for long periods of time.
The adjuster was joint designed/optimized by Peak Sport Products Co. and HP based on inputs from doctors and nurses in the field.
Recommended Material: HP 3D High Reusability PA 11.
Kilmarnock | Xavier De Belder
Xavier De Belder, P. Eng. - Senior Mechanical Design Engineer at Kilmarnock Enterprise along with the CAD MicroSolutions additive team led by Director of Additive Manufacturing, Deep Singh, C.E.T., collaborated to develop a Single Ventilator Tee Adapter that enables multiple patient support by spitting a single ventilator port. Prototypes have been printed on Ultimaker, and if approved a local hospital who are testing and validating the design, it will be put into production on the HP 5200 Jet Fusion 3D printer, which could produce 198 units per build and 396 per day.
Formlabs is ramping up production to produce up to 150,000 nasopharyngeal swabs per day with more than 250 3D printers at their Ohio-based, FDA-registered facility to address the stockouts facing hospitals across the United States. Over the span of one weekend, USF Health and Northwell Health, using Formlabs’ 3D printers and autoclavable resins, developed prototypes that received approvals from a variety of hospitals. These nasopharyngeal swabs will be provided to patients at Northwell Health and USF Health, and the design will be shared with other institutions across the country via the Formlabs COVID-19 Response page.
The nasal swabs are medical devices and as such need to be produced in FDA-registered facilities or on-site at hospitals. Formlabs has FDA-registered facilities where they will be printing them, and the hospitals they are working with - including Northwell Health and the University of South Florida - will be printing on site for their own needs.