Fighting the Ventilator Shortage With 3D Printing

A group of more than 300, including designers, doctors, nurses and engineers, came together with a goal of designing a ventilator with readily available materials that could be created using 3D printing, in an effort to help combat the current ventilator shortage due to the coronavirus. In just one week, the prototype was built. The prototype can be assembled from PLA plastic — derived from sugar cane or corn starch. Any location with a 3D printer would be able to manufacture it. It...

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