We are providing support to anyone preventing the spread of COVID-19 and maintain lifelines
In April 2020, Tomi Municipal hospital (Nagano, Japan) reported that Face Shield was difficult to obtain. In response, we provided "Simplified Face Shield" made by our 3D printer 3DFF-222 at no charge.
Subsequently, we received inquiries from customers in a variety of industries engaged in the maintenance of lifelines in order to provide daily necessities, not only to hospitals, dental clinics, schools, nursing care facilities, retailing, logistics, beauty salons, and other medical institutions.
We provided 41,402 face shields to 1,385 medical institutions and face-to-face service providers in Japan. (As of July 10, 2020)
Manufacturing simplified face shields with our 3D printers
We use our 3D printer 3DFF-222 to make simplified face shields (frame parts to be attached to the head).
By using 3D printers, which can be manufactured without the need for molds, we were able to quickly begin production even in such emergencies.
Furthermore, shield parts are made consistently internally by diverting our genuine PET film.
Providing simplified face shields for full face
We will continue to work for support using our 3D printing technology
We will continue to provide support as we work to reduce the burden on anyone working to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Product used here is ...
FFF system Desktop 3D Printer "3DFF-222"
3DFF-222 (*1) is a desktop 3D printer using FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) technology (*2), and forms objects of sizes up to 210 x 200 x 195 mm (8.3 x 7.9 x 7.7 in) (W x D x H).
It is a perfect partner for Mimaki flat-bed UV printers in a wide range of applications like in-house production of print jigs, three-dimensional signs, and manufacturing of molds for vacuum forming.
*1: Co-branded product by Sindoh (South Korea)
*2: A method for forming 3D objects, which uses a filament of plastic resin which is molten by heat, extruded from a nozzle, and deposited layer by layer.
Flatbed Cutting Plotter "CF22-1225"
More simple, more accurate.
"CF22-1225" is a flatbed cutting plotter based on cooperation with inkjet printers focusing to enhancement of usability.