3D printed face shield masks for frontline Coronavirus warri
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Realizing the pivotal role of technology in combating the spread of COVID-19 virus, Anatomiz3D, the industry leader in 3D Modelling and 3D Printing for healthcare has developed state of the art face shield masks to offer end to end protection to essential workers.

The developed shields offer a primary layer of protection to professionals engaged in mission-critical operations including healthcare workers, police and other emergency departments as well as delivery personals of essential goods.

The development of the shields stems from the in-depth experience of the 3D printing major in setting new benchmarks in medical 3D printing. The company since its inception has carved a distinctive niche in offering Soft Tissue and Bone Modeling, Custom Implant Designing, Education Models, Bespoke 3D Printing Services and much more.

‘’We are working round the clock to mass-produce and optimize our 3D printed shields. Recently we have distributed 20,000 units to Mumbai police, cementing our core objective of contributing to a healthier world with cutting edge technologies.,’’ said Firoza Kothari, Founder, Anatomiz3D.

‘’In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, India is grappling with a severe shortage of protective gear to avoid exposure from this highly contagious virus. Leveraging our unparalleled expertise and a highly proficient workforce, we have pledged to mitigate the scarcity of protective equipment across the country,’’ added Firoza.

Anatomiz3D also boasts of ISO 13485 certification along with an impressive clientele including Tata Memorial Centre, Max healthcare, Fortis healthcare, AIIMS, Apollo hospital, Nanavati hospital among others.

Source: https://health.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/medical-devices/anatomiz3d-develops-cost-effective-3d-printed-face-shield-masks-for-frontline-coronavirus-warriors/75136230
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