In focus: the additive response to COVID-19

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, innovators are finding novel ways to apply 3D-printed solutions to assist the international response to coronavirus.

From meeting PPE demands to designing novel approaches to unique challenges, the additive community has not been short of opportunity for collaboration and corroboration with multidisciplinary teams exploring options for aiding crises from local to international capacities.

In this ‘in focus’ feature, 3DMedNet consults the experts on the safe and regulated response to the pandemic, highlighting key opinion pieces and covering the latest news from the additive community.

Keep up with the latest news from the additive manufacturing community, find out more about the risks associated with 3D printing PPE and listen to our podcast panel discussion as we discuss the additive response to COVID-19, as well as life after the pandemic.

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Plus, watch this space for exclusive content from the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine. If you would interested in submitting to the journal, please email the Managing Editor, Adam Price-Evans, directly at: [email protected]

Do you have anything you would like to share about your team’s additive response to COVID-19 or have a story to share with the medical 3D printing community? Let us know – email the Editor, at [email protected]

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