Photo courtesy of HP Inc.
A series of photos shows the mask adjuster, made with 3-D printers at HP’s Rancho Bernardo lab.

Photo courtesy of HP Inc. A series of photos shows the mask adjuster, made with 3-D printers at HP’s Rancho Bernardo lab.

With traditional supply chains disrupted and materials scarce, health care leaders have sought out new ways to source personal protective equipment — the face shields, the respirators and the field ventilators that help medical professionals confront COVID-19...

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