Kinpo Launches Medical Solutions Products, Reinforcing Epidemic Prevention with Smart Technologies
Exhibitor: XYZPRINTING INC.
Booth No.: Q009
Reinforcing Epidemic Prevention with Smart Technologies
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the number of diagnoses and deaths has continued to increase, causing global panic, and all walks of life are working together to prevent future epidemics. Kinpo Electronics held a product presentation today (Apr. 30), and showcased a series of medical solutions, launched under the combined high-tech R & D experience of 3D printing and AI (Artificial Intelligence) and long-term global layout advantages. The series of medical solutions products includes ventilators, 3D printed face shields, smart mirrors with forehead thermometer and the epidemic prevention robots. With these high-tech products, Kinpo hopes that the epidemic prevention will support society in a more "technological" and "smart" way, and jointly strengthen the frontline of epidemic prevention.
Simon Shen, general manager of Kinpo Electronics, pointed out that Kinpo Electronics, established in 1973, is currently the largest EMS (Electronics Manufacturing Service) in Southeast Asia, and is progressively developing product lines of OEM Plus (OEM upgrade). With the global coronavirus pandemic spreading, and the increasing demand for medical products everywhere, Kinpo Electronics has combined the long-term accumulated strength of its subsidiaries XYZprinting, New Era AI Robotic and HiMirror to design products of different applications, from individual use, to enterprise solutions. The diversified medical products in demand, are not only injecting new energy into the company's operations, but also give a helping hand in the global fight against the current outbreak.
Ventilator Manufacturing to Fight against the Coronavirus Pandemic
With the spread of the global epidemic, ventilators have become an important commodity. Kinpo Electronics has taken advantage of the company's long-term accumulated comprehensive strength and invested in the production of breathing devices, hoping to jointly solve the current shortage of medical resources and also make a contribution to epidemic prevention.
Combined with Kinpo Electronics' experience in the development of electronic products, medical and biotechnology products, and 3D printing technologies, the current production plant has passed the ISO13485 certification of the medical equipment quality management system standard to ensure that the products meet the usage specifications. The product design features a concise and easy-to-understand interface, medical personnel can adjust the respiration rate and air supply to meet the needs of different patients, and provide pressure support for them to breathe automatically. In terms of price, compared to the high cost of traditional respiration devices, our products are more flexible options as an alternative to the shortage of special medical ventilators, and able to meet the urgent needs of various medical institutions that require a large number of ventilators. At present, this product has been planned to be produced and supplied in the group's factories in Thailand, the Philippines and the United States.
Applying 3D Printing to Protect You from Disease
3D printing that breaks through the traditional manufacturing approach is not only used by Kinpo Electronics in the manufacturing of ventilators, but also extends to personal protection and medical equipment. Kinpo makes use of 3D printing without the need to open the mold, which can reduce the cost and the time for modification and confirmation of the mold. Making the epidemic prevention more efficient, Kinpo also planned to invest in the production of emergency components required for related medical equipment to help the epidemic prevention.
- Industrial 3D Printer — MfgPro230 xS
MfgPro230 xS is equipped with a high-performance CO2 laser, which uses selective laser sintering technology (SLS) to fuse thermoplastic materials (plastic powder material) together, layer by layer. After the fusion of the layers, the materials can be made into a printed work with perfect strength and accuracy to facilitate the production of a variety of epidemic-prevention related parts and supplies.
In response to the shortage of epidemic prevention materials, advanced 3D printing technologies such as fused filament fabrication (FFF) and selective laser sintering (SLS), and antibacterial polylactic acid (PLA) materials that can inhibit E. coli and staphylococcus, or PA12 the plastic material that can inhibit chemical corrosion are used as a printing material to quickly make a 3D face shield to support the epidemic prevention needs in real time. The 3D printed face shields create an adjustable head fit and is securely fixed to the head. With the transparent mask in front, the shield can prevent splashes, liquids, oil stains, protect the entire face and neck, and avoid spray droplets on the face and use it with a mask to achieve full face protection.
- 3D Printed Protective Masks
In the early days of the epidemic, when masks were scarce all over the world, 3D printing also provided immediate rescue of mask supply, using advanced 3D printing technologies such as selective laser sintering (SLS) or fused filament fabrication (FFF), with face scanning, in a digitally customized way, make a mask that fits your face and can be cleaned and reused, instantly supporting the need for epidemic prevention, reducing personal mouth and nose infections, and alleviating the high demand for daily masks.
In the Philippines, Thailand and the United States, clean rooms and production lines designed for the production of surgical masks are set up to meet the supply of two million masks per month with strict manufacturing standards to help solve the dilemma of local medical resources.
- 3D Printed Mask Decompression Adjustment Buckle
In order to alleviate the effects of wearing masks for a long time and reduce the fatigue of the back of the ears, Kinpo uses environmentally friendly antibacterial polylactic acid PLA material or PA12 plastic material as the material, and uses advanced 3D printing technology such as fused filament fabrication (FFF) or selective laser sintering (SLS) to make a personal mask decompression adjustment buckle. With the buckle, the length of ear hook can be adjusted according to personal needs, is suitable for all kinds of ear hook masks, applied to both adults and children use, and eliminates pressure and strangulation, so that wearing the mask artifact all day is still comfortable and not oppressive.
- 3D Printed Mask Shaping Strip
Solves the problem that the mask size does not match the face shape, and the shortage of masks for small face group and young children. 3D printing can make shaping strips according to the face shape and size, such as young children, children, small face group and adults, etc. The product can be used in conjunction with general medical masks to achieve the purpose of general masks that can meet various face sizes.
- 3D Printed Protective Goggles
3D printing technology is also used to make high-end protective goggles, using advanced 3D printing technologies such as stereolithography (SL) precision lamination technology or selective laser sintering (SLS), and combined with face scanning to create the design that can adjust face shape, head circumference, and able to be securely attached to the eyes, to prevent splashes, oils and other liquids from splashing on the eyes, to reduce personal eye infections, and to be used together with a mask to achieve full face protection.
- Touch-Free Doorknob
With a simple design, installed on the door handle with frequent pedestrian flow, the device allows the user to open the door with a light press of the elbow, reducing the chance of the hand touching and grasping the door handle, and the probability of contact infection, in consequence, making the device a small medical artifact.
- Multiple Test Tube Racks
During the pandemic, the daily screening volume increased significantly, and the temporary test tube racks required for the placement of test tubes for medical institutions were designed for medical institutions to increase the convenience of the inspection unit and improve the efficiency of the inspection staff.
- 3D Printed Quarantine Inspection Rod
In response to the shortage of epidemic prevention materials, using direct light processing (DLP) precision laminated manufacturing and medical certified materials, through 3D rapid printing, printing quarantine and inspection rods. With 3D printing, the length of the inspection rod can be customized and produced on-site, reducing the inconvenience and time-consuming of logistics transportation, and can immediately support emergency quarantine needs.
(* Note: This product is a medical device, clinical use must be verified and approved by the relevant unit.)
- Ventilator Shunt
Designed as an emergency medical equipment part, the ventilator shunt can be made into different shunt pipes and connectors according to the needs, for the use of medical ventilator shunt, and to provide medical and care institutions for emergency needs.
- Ventilator Booster
The main mechanism parts of the ventilator designed by 3D printing are used as the function of pressurizing the air supply cylinder.
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