Australian researchers band together to help fight against COVID-19

Australia's 3D printing experts are banding together to make face shields for at-risk health workers

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak around the world, medical and 3D printing experts in various countries are exploring the use of 3D printers as temporary solutions to help meet the increased demand of personal protective equipment (PPE).

There have been similar initiatives being carried out in Australia, including by the researchers at BioFab3D of St Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne, as well as the University of New South Wales. Please find out more of what these researchers are doing to assist with the situation by visiting SBS News website here.

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