Lehmann&Voss&Co. is participating in the provision of a total of 5,000 3D-printed face shields to the Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe. Several hundred units were produced in the company's own 3D printing laboratory in Hamburg. The basis for this was an appeal for help from Mobility goes Additive to its international network for industrial 3D printing on 14 April 2020, in which an incredible number of almost 50 donors participated. The 3D-printed shields will play an important role in preparing Johanniter volunteers in civil protection for special activities during the Corona pandemic, and will provide detailed training in the complex handling of protective equipment under real conditions.
Kevin Grigorian, Head of the Department for Emergency Medical Services and Civil Protection at the Federal Head Office of Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe, was enthusiastic about the overwhelming participation and great commitment of all participants.