XponentialWorks CEO Avi Reichental unveils the first-ever washable, reusable, 3D printed N-95 mask.
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Hospitals nationwide do not have enough medical devices and personal protective equipment to keep them safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
However, in the midst of the shortages, many companies are stepping up to the plate to think outside of the box and produce as many PPEs and other necessary products as possible.
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Here are three products 3D companies are making:
Washable, reusable masks
On FOX Business' "The Claman Countdown" on Tuesday, XponentialWorks founder and CEO Avi Reichental revealed the first-ever 3D-printed, knitted, washable and reusable mask.
The mask is produced by the 3D-knitwear company Variant which typically makes customized sweaters.
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"They have created a program that can create this washable, reusable and disinfectable mask, and they are supplying an N95-grade filter [which] can be disposable," Reichental explained to FOX Business' Liz Claman.