There has been a sharp increase in demand for a wide range of supplies needed in the fight against COVID-19. The 3D printing community has stepped-up to help produce life-saving equipment.
BOFA International is maintaining production of its portable fume and dust extraction systems, filters and spares so that businesses vital to the fight against coronavirus, including those in food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, health care products, safety equipment , and personal care items, can continue to operate as efficiently as possible.
The rise of accessible 3D printing technology means that desktop 3D printers are now a popular addition to many classrooms and businesses. With the increased popularity, comes higher awareness that users could be exposed to potentially harmful gases and particles.
With the increasing adoption of automation in industry, the growing take-up of wireless connectivity in homes and new generation consumable ‘wearables’, industry analysts predict strong growth in printed circuit board (PCB) demand.
Automated soldering processes have a significant and positive impact on productivity in the global electronics industry, but to optimise these gains, businesses also need to invest in fume extraction solutions that offer flexibility as well ensuring safe working environments.
BOFA’s global market leadership in fume and dust extraction technology is benefiting many thousands of organisations and their people around the world.