Italian woodworking machine leader Biesse is utilizing its additive manufacturing technology to create PPE personal protective equipment (PPE) for regional hospitals. The firm that is based in Pesaro, had now offered a contribution for the buying of technology to assist crucial patients and carried a fund-raising initiative.
Currently, its section that handles 3D printing is utilizing its 3D printer, normally utilized for bunch manufacturing and to make prototypes for Biesse’s tech solutions have been fulfilling a prototype for the manufacture of PPE to Ospedali Riuniti Marche Nord, consisting of local clinics in Fano and Pesaro.
Clearly, visors are being created to offer necessary shielding for the eyes and mouth by protecting the entire face against infection. Thus shielding nurses and doctors and every healthcare worker.
The product is completely created in Biesse: the structure for the visor is additively manufactured at the factory in Via della Meccanica. This is as the shielding clear visor is made by Axxembla. Axxembla is a section owned by the organisation that often makes the shielding covers for devices.
Machining services have been committed to a Rover Plast A FT, the solution for manufacturing advanced materials by Biesse.
“We immediately offered to use our 3D printer to help with the health emergency and checked which of the products that hospitals need most, due to current market shortages, we would be able to produce,” stated Biesse Group CEO Roberto Selci.
“We decided to manufacture and donate the visors to Ospedali Riuniti Marche Nord to offer tangible support for those who are on the front lines of the fight against Covid-19 every day.”
The director of the relevant mechanical technology centre, Michele Tombari, also added that they observed all the machines made with 3D printing machines online. “In order to put our competencies and technology at work in the service of those who are battling the virus directly”.