Lamborghini lung simulatorApril 16, 2020
The Lamborghini research and development unit, together with Siare Engineering International Group, a leading Italian manufacturer of artificial ventilation devices, developed lung simulators that are used for the initial assessment of the performance of mechanical ventilation equipment. For this, Lamborghini employees took only two weeks.
Lung simulators are used to assess the safety of ventilators and to train medical staff. The device is directly connected to the contour of the device, and in more advanced versions it is possible to adjust the resistance of the airways, lung extensibility and leakage. Lamborghini simulators were developed in just two weeks, and for their production the company uses its own HP Jet Fusion 3D 4200 3D printers with multi-string fusion technology.
On them, Lamborghini prints face shields. Capacities allow to produce 18 simulators of lungs and 200 guards daily. In addition, the entire staff of the department dealing with interior lining and personalization of supercars has now been transferred to the sewing of medical masks. Lamborghini can supply doctors with up to a thousand masks per day.
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