With healthcare and frontline key workers facing shortages of protective clothing as they deal with coronavirus patients and work, those with 3D printing capabilities are helping equip them with face masks and other protective equipment. Schools, businesses and hobbyists are all helping supply places...
A design team at the University of Hull are using 3D printing to make a prototype of a face mask which can then be rapidly mass produced by the manufacturing sector to help health service staff tackle..
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Hylton Murray-Philipson, 61, received a guard of honour from the staff at the Leicester Royal Infirmary at the end of two weeks in the hospital’s care. Mr Murray-Philipson was admitted with confirmed..
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