Exmouth-based firm helping to provide PPE during coronavirus crisis.

PUBLISHED: 08:23 15 May 2020 | UPDATED: 08:23 15 May 2020

PPE being made by Exclusiv3D. Picture: Exclusive3D

PPE being made by Exclusiv3D. Picture: Exclusive3D

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An Exmouth 3D printing firm is boosting a Devon-based group’s bid to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus crisis.

PPE being made by Exclusiv3D. Picture: Exclusive3DPPE being made by Exclusiv3D. Picture: Exclusive3D

Exclusiv3D is one of several companies and individuals which have teamed up with non-profit organisation PPE4Exeter.

The Exmouth firm has reallocated skills and resources which are usually focused on producing automotive and technical components.

Business owner Frazer Anderson said: “What started as a small group of volunteers, making face-shields for GPs’ surgeries and local health and care teams in Devon and Somerset, has blossomed into a collaboration between individuals, local businesses, and organisations.

“We have already managed to supply more than 2,500 face-masks to frontline staff in the Exeter region since banding together five weeks ago.”

PPE being made by Exclusiv3D. Picture: Exclusive3DPPE being made by Exclusiv3D. Picture: Exclusive3D

PPE4Exeter needs to raise funds to source materials and equipment to provide vital PPE to frontline services within the community.

To donate, visit www.ppe4exeter.co.uk


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