CHANGING ACTIVITIES IN THE AGE OF A PANDEMIC.
Updated: Nov 9
Dynagraph is currently using its 3D Additive Manufacturing Technology Transfer Center to print Shield Masks, Quad Splitters for ventilators as well as 3D Printed N95 face masks to meet local needs in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
Dynagraph is equally in cooperation with the Next3D working group of the University Clinic Leipzig, the fields of biomedical engineering and mathematics of the Westsaxony University of Zwickau and the Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU for promoting a 3D-Printed ventilator Emergency Ventilator with integrated electronics and sensors It all began a year and a half ago when Dynagraph partnered with a number of vendors in the 3D Printing industry including HP MultiJetFusion and others in plastics, carbon fiber, and metals. It was able to establish itself as one of the key players in today's regional Printing Industry and managed to cover most of the existing 3D Printing Technologies such as FDM, SLS, MJF, Metal SLM, Metal EBM, DLP, CLIP SLA. Dynagraph equally recently partnered with Dremel Bosch for their affordable 3D Desktop Printers (ideal for the Education Sector), Materialize for their 3D design solutions and Shinning 3D for their 3D Scanning technology. However, unlike its peers, Dynagraph has adopted a different approach to 3D Printing. In fact, Dynagraph currently concentrates its efforts in five market segments: Education, Medical, Oil & Gas, Military, Aerospace, Automotive, Medical. The reason for Education is that Dynagraph believes that empowering tomorrow's generation of engineers, architects, doctors to make use of disruptive technologies such as 3D is key to shaping our world. The inauguration of the first 3D Additive Manufacturing Technology Transfer Center in the Middle East is, therefore, an important milestone for the company and the region. Dynagraph uses its 3D TTC to run print trials for potential buyers, organize workshops, product demonstrations, plan theoretical and practical training, and essentially offer customers the security they need should they face any downtime. For more information about 3D printing, please contact your closest Dynagraph partner.