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ENSER draws on its engineering fabrication and 3D printing expertise to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic

Help Join the fight against the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic as ENSER has drawn on its engineering, fabrication and 3D printing expertise to assist first responders against this deadly virus.

At a local level, ENSER has been donating batches of 3D printed personal protective equipment (face shields) to area nurses and doctors, including:

– Staff at Drexel Hill Pediatric Associates, who were unable to get face shields from their usual sources

– Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, where an uptick in cases is resulting in the need for more PPE, the staff had been innovative by making Face Shields using “pool noodles” as the padding.

In the past, ENSER has done extensive CAD/CAD and 3D printing work for an array of different companies supplying products to the medical field. Drawing on that expertise as well as its vast network of contacts and suppliers, ENSER Corp is committed to assist in the fight against COVID-19.

We are asking the rest of the engineering community to join us in supporting your local hospital, please contact us if you would like more details on how this can be done.

Local nurse commenting on the Face Shield – “The Face Shields are durable, cleanable, and reusable! You are a life saver!”