L’Oréal – Ready to help Worldwide

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  • #97999
    Matthew FORRESTER
    Participant

    Hello all;

    L’Oréal group has 30-60 printers available at any one time across sites in Asia, Europe and the US. We are ready to help – contact me if we can help produce useful components.

    Worldwide

    #99057
    Christos123
    Participant

    Hi

    Im a medical volunteer here on the Island of Palawan in Luzon area of Philippines. We desperately need PPE for our healthcare staff. Do you have any 3D printers in Philippines ?

    thanks

    Dr Chris Thurnell

    #99128
    Matthew FORRESTER
    Participant

    Hello Dr. Thurnell,

    Not directly in the Philippines, but I have managed to free up some production capacity for you in China, and they can send you what you need. Please send me a private message to matthew.forrester@loreal.com explaining exactly what your needs are, at which address we should send parts to.

    #99296
    Christos123
    Participant

    Thanks so much, Matthew, have emailed you those. Would L’Oreal be supplying visors or facemasks like these, on the attached file ?

    This is the sort of initiative happening here to try to obtain PPE equipment so far

    https://palawan-news.com/former-medical-practitioner-launches-drive-to-donate-ppe/

    Please update me when you are able. We so look forward to hearing from you, and all at L’Oreal !

    Regards

     

    Chris Thurnell

     

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    #99307
    Matthew FORRESTER
    Participant

    We have opened the discussion with the contacts you sent through, and the team in Shanghai is doing some test prints of parts – it’s moving forward!
    As a first step we will be concentrating on visors, as these face masks are often not adapted to individual users, and so can be do more harm than good – giving a false sense of security, when in fact the airflow is not restricted. We recommend using DIY tissue masks for this purpose which can be made faster and cheaper than with 3D printing.

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