#Covid-19: UWF manufacturing, distributing 3D-printed face shields for healthcare workers

#Covid-19: UWF manufacturing, distributing 3D-printed face shields for healthcare workers

As a shortage of full face shields for healthcare workers grips the nation in the battle against COVID-19, the University of West Florida responded by asking one of the University’s direct support organizations to manufacture, manage and distribute 3D-printed full face shield supplies at its Sea3D Additive Manufacturing Laboratory in downtown Pensacola.

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