Multinational companies and startups world-wide are reprogramming their cutting-edge 3-D printers to tackle shortages of critical medical equipment caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

Industrial giants including Siemens AG and General Electric Co. , tech companies such as HP Inc. and specialists like Aenium Engineering of Spain are redirecting their engineering and manufacturing capabilities to help hospitals and health-care workers. EOS GmbH of Germany, a 3-D printing pioneer, on Tuesday launched an industrywide website, 3DAgainstCorona, showcasing global efforts.[…]

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Managers at Aenium Engineering, a Spanish company that has pivoted from aerospace components to face-mask filters.