July 7, 2020 (Hanover, MD) –Thanks to a generous grant from the State of Maryland, Penacity and AboutWeb have acquired two new, industrial-grade 3-D printers to increase the volume of PPE donations we are printing for local medical centers, veterinary offices, dentistry offices, non-profits supporting at risk populations (such as cancer and heart disease), and other essential businesses supporting the fight against COVID-19.
These new 3-D printers will allow us to print our high-demand surgical mask tension bands around the clock out of our Hanover, MD office – which is necessary to keep up with the high demand we are receiving from local hospitals, businesses, and communities.
“We are honored to be able to provide our 3-D printed PPE to essential workers at this critical time,” said Dr. Timothy Schilbach, CEO of Penacity and AboutWeb (pictured above). “Giving back to our communities is a deeply entrenched value for both companies, and we appreciate the support of the State of Maryland which allows us to increase our output of these much-needed materials.”
Penacity and AboutWeb are leading providers of cybersecurity solutions, IT consulting, and product development. Our rich heritage includes providing IT solutions, training, and application development as well as information security solutions for government agencies, commercial entities, nonprofits, and associations.
If you are interested in receiving a donation of our 3-D printed surgical tension relief bands, please contact Dawn Stone, Communications Manager for Penacity, at firstname.lastname@example.org.