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Stratasys COVID-19
Press Kit

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Aaron Pearson

Vice President of Public Relations

Aaron.Pearson@Stratasys.com

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About Stratasys

Stratasys is a global leader in additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology and is the manufacturer of FDM®, PolyJet™, and stereolithography 3D printers. Alongside our global partners, we have formed a coalition of organizations to assist in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic through 3D printing technology. All assets contained on this page are for public consumption and may be shared.

Press Releases

CoVent-19 Challenge Asks Millions of Designers and Engineers to Respond to the Ventilator Crisis

APRIL 1, 2020

Global, open innovation initiative via Stratasys GrabCAD platform designed to help develop a rapidly deployable mechanical ventilator

CORRECTING and REPLACING Stratasys Coalition for Face Shield Production With 3D Printing Now Numbers Over 150 Organizations Responding to Pandemic

MARCH 27, 2020

Requests from hospitals and other organizations exceed 350,000 shields; first hospital shipment received on Mar. 25

Stratasys Responds to COVID-19 Pandemic by Ramping up Production of 3D-Printed Personal Protection Equipment

MARCH 22, 2020

Initial goal of 5,000 full face shields by March 27 with more scaling possible. ‘Our workforce and partners are prepared to work around the clock,’ says CEO

Videos

Face Shield Production Social Media Cut

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Face Shield Production B-Roll

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Images

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3D printed part of face shield.

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Box of 3D printed face shields ready to be shipped to local area hospital.

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3D printed face shields.

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3D printed face shields.

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The University Hospital Trust in Paris acquired 60 FDM 3D printers from Stratasys in late March to create an in-house rapid-response supply chain.

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The CoVent-19 Challenge is a hackathon that launched April 1 to uncover new ventilator designs.

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3D printed visors for face shields.

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A student volunteer helps machine face shields at Dunwoody College of Technology.