It’s hard not to feel helpless in these difficult times, but if you have a 3D printer, you might play a key role in supporting B.C.’s health-care workers in the coming months.
Two B.C. companies, Victoria-based Crisis Rapid Prototyping Society (CRPS) and Delta-headquartered Tinkerine , are reaching out to owners of 3D printers in an attempt to prepare for what seems like an inevitable increase in need for medical equipment in the near future.
“We got started less than two weeks ago, when the news started coming in about how COVID-19 was disrupting supply chains,” says Devon Black, vice-president and acting project coordinator at CRPS. After doing some research and reading articles coming out of Italy […]
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