Boeing supports the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic
Boeing continues to support the US medical system and healthcare professionals, who work tirelessly to stop the COVID-19 virus. Boeing is taking further steps to support the recovery and rescue efforts of patients with the new COVID-19.
Boeing will begin using 3D printers, which are located in several factories throughout the United States, to manufacture visors. The goal of Boeing is to produce thousands of visors a week, which will then be donated to medical personnel.
Boeing produces visors with 3D printers
Boeing has got these 3D printing technologies in St. Louis, Missouri; El Segundo, California; Mesa, Arizona; Huntsville, Alabama and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They will be used to achieve the initial purpose, but in accordance with government directives and taking the necessary measures for the health and safety of employees.
Boeing also makes Dreamlifter, one of the largest cargo aircraft in the world, available to US authorities. It will be used for the transport of medical and emergency equipment.
To date, Boeing has donated tens of thousands of masks, gloves and other hospital equipment. Also, Boeing is exploring other ways in which they can provide support in the ruthless battle with the invisible enemy. Provides the engineering expertise, as well as existing factories and logistics, to the authorities.