Tech companies around the world are shifting their services in the age of COVID-19 to be able to accommodate a growing need for personal protective equipment and other services on the front line.
Google and Apple are implementing new contact tracing strategies, while other companies like Makelab, a 3D printing company, are producing invaluable personal protective equipment (PPE) to be given to medical workers on the front lines.
We spoke with Christina Perla of Makelab to discuss how 3D printing is helping the medical industry during this time, and what we can expect from 3D printing in the future. Grit Daily: You had your own adventures before Makelab. Share those. Christina Perla : Oh man! I did start being an entrepreneur pretty young, so while my career before Makelab was short, it was definitely not boring. I went to Pratt Institute for Industrial Design and after dipping my […]
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