Southern California headquarters to remain open to 3D print medical devices, respirator valves
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif.—Airwolf 3D reported that its Southern California headquarters remains open to 3D print medical devices. The company said in a release that it is offering essential services and technical support for 3D printing respirator valves; mass additive manufacturing of custom medical components; and materials and 3D printing filament (ABS, polycarbonate, and TPU). It is also offering support for existing users of its FDA approved 3D printer.
“We are ready to 3D print valves and other components at a moment’s notice,” said Airwolf 3D Co-Founder Erick Wolf. “We urge medical personnel to continue to reach out if anything is needed.”
Wolf said that requests for assistance should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By order of the Local Health Office, Orange County, California is effectively in quarantine. As a result, Airwolf 3D will be operating with a reduced staff. For general questions, medical personnel are encouraged to email email@example.com. For technical assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We will do our best to offer assistance as soon as possible,” the company said in the release. “All orders are expected to be shipped out within 72 hours. As long as UPS or USPS are shipping, the orders will be shipped. If you are ordering 3D printing filament and other materials in response to an emergency need, please inform our staff so that we may expedite the shipment of your order.”
Airwolf 3D (http://airwolf3d.com) designs, manufactures, and sells 3D printers, 3D printer filament, 3D printing software, and 3D printing peripherals. All Airwolf 3D printers are manufactured in the company’s 12,000-square-foot facility in Fountain Valley, California.