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As the World War of the coronavirus pandemic, free door opening device is 3D-printed to reduce the risk of people to spread the virus.
The door opening device, let people open the door, with their weapons, rather than grasp the handle with their hands.
In Finland, for example, a clean energy company field consider has produced a free door handle recycled plastic. Handle, this field consider the Vipu, is the trial by the Finnish retailer S group.
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“To help combat COVID-19, our interaction with the built environment need. Through the innovation of our surroundings, we can prevent the spread of the virus and give people a chance to do everyday chores safer,”the field to consider brand management Jussi Mälkiä said in a press release. “We are now testing the 3D-printing process in a real environment for several weeks. If all goes according to plan, we are ready to expand our production.”
A pilot project, to free the door process begins in the Finnish capital Helsinki on 20. Video from Reuters of the invention process in use in a supermarket, where they caused a positive response of the customers.
In another project, the Belgian 3D-printing experts cash also designed a door opener. It has made a 3D-printable designs you can download for free, in an effort to expand its used around the world by the pandemic.
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“By making the design digitized, can be produced on 3D printers everywhere, and become available around the world in a few hours, explained:”achieving the CEO Fried Vancraen in a statement. “In this case, we design the products in Belgium and China, Europe or the United States can now 3D open the door.”
People do not have access to a 3D printer become a reality, it is sales set of two-free door opening device for 40 euros($43.20).
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