Roboze, the Italian-American manufacturer of the most precise 3D printers in the world for super materials with offices in Italy and the USA, starts the 3D production of respirator valves used for Covid-19 patients, intended for hospitals throughout Italy and even beyond.
The news exploded on the web just a few days ago following the request for help from some Italian hospitals to find valves for respirators. The appeal started a solidarity race from all over Italy involving privates and companies, up to Roboze. In just a few years Roboze has become the market leader in 3D printing with high performance polymers and has served the biggest players of the manufacturing industry in sectors such as aerospace, motorsport, oil & gas.
From the beginning, the company made its machines and team available to Italian healthcare organizations to combat the shortage of spare parts during the fight against Covid-19. So in a few hours, hundreds of valves were printed through the Roboze 3D Parts division, which will be supplied free of charge for artificial respirators for Covid-19 patients. However, Roboze’s commitment does not stop here. In fact, the company will continue the production having accepted other requests from other Italian hospitals and around the world.
With the support of Dallara Automobili, a well known Italian manufacturer of racing cars and unique supplier of cars at the IndyCar, Indy Lights, F2, Formula E and other championships, Roboze is also at the forefront for the production of hospital C-PAP masks for Sub-intensive therapy, with the collaboration of Isinnova, the company that had the idea of transforming Decathlon diving masks into respirators for coronavirus patients.
In the next few days, Roboze 3D printers will aim to respond to this need in a very short time by taking advantage of the powerful production capacity of the network of Roboze 3D Parts centers.
“We could not just stand and watch, the role of audience has never been in the spirit of the society. I am proud to address our resources to support who need them and contribute to help those who today are ready to be on the front and fight this invisible monster: the healthcare professionals and hospitals.” declares Alessio Lorusso, Roboze CEO & Founder. “ Today more than ever, our technology needs to be at complete disposal to those who are looking for components to face this global emergency. We are available for everyone”.