Work with 3D printing? Here’s your invitation to help fight Covid-19


Nanofabrica, a manufacturer of 3D printers for precision engineering, is inviting researchers, doctors and manufacturers to apply additive manufacturing techniques to develop medical devices and solutions to help in the fight against Covid-19.

The company is hosting a virtual roundtable on Wednesday, 25 March, at 16:00 GMT+2 and invites all interested parties to join a brainstorming session on how the company’s manufacturing capabilities (3D printing with 1 micron resolution over cm sized volume) can be used to develop equipment and supplies needed to fight Covid-19. Possible applications include smart filters for microfluidic chips, anti-bacterial surfaces, complex and precise structures and soft moulds for rapid injection-molding.

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If you are unable to make it for the virtual session, please send an email with all relevant questions and details to and Nanofabrica’s team will reply as soon as possible.

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