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3D Printing of a Medical Face Shield Prototype at Biofab3D and Batched Production at RMIT University

Eric Levi, a specialist otolaryngologist (ear nose and throat), head and neck Surgeon, wears a 3D printed face shield produced at the BioFab3D biomedical engineering center, while inspecting a patient in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday, April 24, 2020. BioFab3D is working with RMIT, as well as other university and industry consortia, using advanced manufacturing to produce personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical equipment during the Covid-19 pandemic. Photgrapher: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg via Getty Images
3D Printing of a Medical Face Shield Prototype at Biofab3D and Batched Production at RMIT University
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1211047439
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Bloomberg
Date created:
April 24, 2020
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Object name:
AUSTRALIA 3D PRINTING PPE
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