University of Liverpool uses 3D printing to make NHS visors

​Engineers at the University of Liverpool are using their expertise in 3D printing and laser cutting technologies to produce protective visors for use by local hospitals.

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Whatever your view on animal products, we can surely all agree that animals shouldn’t suffer at the hands of humans at all. This is obvious in cases of medical and cosmetics research as well as butchery, but what about more traditional applications, like sheep shearing for example?

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With a high level conference, free practical workshops and an exhibition demonstrating and promoting cutting edge technology and innovation, the Engineering Design Show is the only event providing for the needs of the UK’s design engineers.


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The mission of ‘MADE in Ireland’ is to reflect and promote the success story that is Ireland’s engineering sector by reporting on the manufacturing and design exploits of Irish companies and in turn to offer those companies an information resource that accurately reflects their markets.

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