ŠKODA AUTO operates a unique printer with the Multi Jet Fusion function. As a result, it can supply frames for respirators of the highest protection class, FFP3.
It takes 16 hours to print one set containing 65 masks.
David Vaněk from the EGV department – Prototype Build and Model Making, has handed over respirators to Karel Podhola, the head of ORL of Klaudianova hospital.
The hospital staff were very pleased with the protective equipment.
In addition to respirators, there were also face shields, whose components were created through 3D printing thanks to the carmaker’s operations.
ŠKODA AUTO experts used the Prusa Research model for the shields.