3D Printing PPE - Producer Registration
This registration is for people and organizations with 3D printers in Northern Ontario who are able to help 3D print PPE for our front line healthcare workers in the fight against COVID19.

Northern Ontario #PPEforHCP is a group of over 100 allied healthcare and engineering students, alongside various community partners, who are from the north, for the north against COVID-19. Their primary purpose is to ensure appropriate PPE distribution and accessibility across Northern Ontario through various initiatives, including 3D printing.

The purposes of registration are to ensure quality control, measure production capacity, and to track who can produce what. The needs change dynamically, so understanding the capacity and capability of each producer is important in adapting to these needs.
Email address *
Contact Name *
First and last name
Do you grant us permission to mention your name in communications as a community producer / volunteer? *
Are your printer(s) associated with a business? *
What is the name of the business? (Please enter "NA" if your printers are not associated with a business) *
Do you grant us permission to mention the business name / logo in communications as a community producer? *
In which area of Northern Ontario are your printers located? *
What kind of printers do you have available? *
How many printers do you have available? *
Do any of your printers have dual extruders? *
Are any of your printers in enclosures? *
Do you have a heated print bed? *
What material are you confident in having the ability to print? *
Approximately how much of each material (in Kg) do you have in stock? *
Which nozzle diameters do you have available? (Round to these options if needed) *
How skilled are you or your 3D printing operator?
Clear selection
Will you be requiring and willing to receive PETG filament free of charge, paid for by donations to the NO PPE for HCP campaign? *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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