Posted on: April 18, 2020 Posted by: vasan Comments: 0
A batch of nasal swabs created using USF’s 3D printers
Credit Courtesy: USF HEALTH

Three-dimensional printing is a time-consuming process, but Decker said they’re printing about 300 in one printer at a time. With six printers in her lab, they can print about 3,000 nasal swabs in a day. But working with other departments, once the swab is approved, they can print many more. READ MORE

Summer Decker, PhD, Director of USF Health’s 3D Clinical Applications Division

Source: WUSF News

Updated: 04/18/2020

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