1. Inside A Silicon Valley Unicorn’s Urgent Dash To 3D-Print Face Shields And Test Swabs To Battle COVID-19  Forbes
  2. 3D printed face shields take innovative approach to medical supply shortage  KING 5
  3. HP plans to fight Covid-19 with thousands of 3D printers  TechRadar India
  4. Calling All Makers With 3D Printers: Join Critical Mission To Make Face Masks And Shields For 2020 Healthcare Workers  Forbes
  5. UT making face shields for medical professionals  WBIR
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California startup Carbon, which just got FDA approval for its test swab, is one of dozens of companies 3D-printing medical equipment needed to fight the coronavirusCalifornia startup Carbon, which just got FDA approval for its test swab, is one of dozens of companies 3D-printing medical equipment needed to fight the coronavirus

Inside A Silicon Valley Unicorn’s Urgent Dash To 3D-Print Face Shields And Test Swabs To Battle COVID-19

HP and partners ramping up production of face shields, ventilators, hands-free door opening solutions, and more.More very welcome applications of 3D printing in the cause of combating coronavirus

HP plans to fight Covid-19 with thousands of 3D printers | TechRadar

HP is providing healthcare workers with a dedicated website to find 3D printable designs like face shields, hands-free door openers, mask adjusters, and more. HP is providing healthcare workers with a dedicated website to find 3D printable designs like face shields, hands-free door openers, mask adjusters, and more. 

HP Uses 3D Printing To Help Fight Coronavirus | Digital Trends

“Carbon, a $2.4 billion-valuation 3D printing startup, is working with Verily to rapidly make faceshields to protect healthcare workers from Covid-19 via @amyfeldman tip @techmeme https://t.co/CfVU9lhhwm”

Laura Mandaro on Twitter: "Carbon, a $2.4 billion-valuation 3D printing startup, is working with Verily to rapidly make faceshields to protect healthcare workers from Covid-19 via @amyfeldman tip @techmeme https://t.co/CfVU9lhhwm"

“3D printing shops have started making face shields as a last-ditch effort to help frontline medical workers “Instead of just sitting here doing nothing and feeling helpless, I can get the machines running and do something that would help the cause.” https://t.co/fnxl8uOXTt”

Dave Gershgorn on Twitter: "3D printing shops have started making face shields as a last-ditch effort to help frontline medical workers “Instead of just sitting here doing nothing and feeling helpless, I can get the machines running and do something that would help the cause.” https://t.co/fnxl8uOXTt"

“When his 5-year-old son landed in the hospital with Covid-19 symptoms, one engineer turned to his 3D print shop to start churning out face shields. Great story by @davegershgorn: https://t.co/YENVsdZHsB”

Emily Mullin on Twitter: "When his 5-year-old son landed in the hospital with Covid-19 symptoms, one engineer turned to his 3D print shop to start churning out face shields. Great story by @davegershgorn: https://t.co/YENVsdZHsB"

“A New York couple started making face shields with 3D printers in their basement for the county's healthcare workers. It's taken off -- with more than 5,000 people from all over the world downloading their designs to print and help out. Our @cbsnewspath story with @budmenind: https://t.co/vHwmBNrqA5”

Nancy Chen on Twitter: "A New York couple started making face shields with 3D printers in their basement for the county's healthcare workers. It's taken off -- with more than 5,000 people from all over the world downloading their designs to print and help out. Our @cbsnewspath story with @budmenind:… https://t.co/wjNAUNWZqG"

With critical medical gear in short supply, additive manufacturing is an "essential part" of the pandemic response, the industry says.With critical medical gear in short supply, additive manufacturing is an "essential part" of the pandemic response, the industry says.

How the 3D printing industry is stepping up to help the COVID-19 response | ZDNet

The Israeli company is donating printing capacity across all regions to provide thousands of disposable face shields for use by medical personnel.The Israeli company is donating printing capacity across all regions to provide thousands of disposable face shields for use by medical personnel.

Stratasys donates 3D printed virus face shields - Globes