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Batangas State U lab uses new 3D printing process to create face shields faster

Using the vacuum forming process, the Likha FabLab is able to reduce the time of fabrication to six minutes per face shield as compared to the traditional 3D-printing process that takes an hour and 42 minutes.

DOST starts mass production of 3D-printed face shields

DOST-MIRDC said it has transitioned to a plastic injection technology that allows it to increase production volume of up to 2,500 pieces of face shield frames per day.

DOST producing 3D-printed face shields for health workers

Operating for 24 hours since March 23, a DOST team has started printing frames with an initial target of 1,000 pieces for the Philippine General Hospital, and will be extended to other hospitals.
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