Protective equipment – a new opportunity for commercial printers

Across the Nordic region, several commercial printers have rapidly turned around its production to offer protective equipment to the health care sector. This is specifically the case when it comes to face visors, but also for other protective equipment. We have gathered some examples with videos below from all over the Nordics.

Rollup-Kungen in Karlshamn, Sweden is one of the companies that has turned around its production – see more in the film below.

Swedish firm Holmbergs, which is owned by Paragon Group, is producing face visors with its cutting table. See more below.

Lasertrykk, Denmark is using their Heidelberg Cylinder from 1965 to produce protective equipment. See CEO Esben Mols Kabell explaining how they do this below.

Signmax, selling all over Europe, is using its Zünd cutting table.

Norwegian firm Copycat is producing 5,000 face visors a day, the company reports on their home page.

(Pictures: Copycat)

Swedish firm Green-Lite has designed and is producing protection for packing groceries at the store. The solution is made from Swedboard Fibre or Swedboard Composite, the company reports on its home page.

Green-Lite, Norrköping

Postnord-owned firm Strålfors is 3D-printing face visors to the health care sector, according to a press release.

Prototal has designed the visors, see picture below.