April 2, 2020
DURHAM, N.H.— In an effort to support healthcare facilities in surrounding communities and neighboring states, the University of the New Hampshire has fired up 3D printers, usually used as teaching tools, to help make much needed medical parts as well as prepared its recreation facility to serve as a potential overflow space for hospitals focusing on care for critically ill COVID-19 patients. UNH has shifted into production mode switching over research 3D printers to manufacture plastic... - Read Full Article

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