Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Austin 3DMedLab has been beavering away on multiple fronts. You can read about our efforts in COVID-19 related 3D Printing in the following media articles:
- 3d Printing Medical Equipment for COVID-19, Pursuit — University of Melbourne, 1 May 2020
- 3D-printer owners rally to produce protective equipment as stocks dwindle. Hack — Triple J, ABC, 2 April 2020.
- Australia’s 3D printing experts are banding together to make masks for at-risk health workers. SBS News, 3 April 2020.