Colorado Governor, Jared Polis, reached out to Masonville resident, Jeff Moe, to make use of the 3D Printing factory in Loveland that he just sold in the fight against covid. As Governor Polis began to tackle the problem of PPE shortages throughout Colorado, he created the Innovation Response Team Task Force and was depending on makers like Jeff Moe for their technology, equipment, and contacts. Many other leaders in the movement are mentioned too.
“Gov. Polis contacted me because he had toured the 3D printing factory a few years ago when he was a congressman,” Moe said. “Polis connected me with Noel Ginsburg, and Noel said they need 3D-printed parts for medical face shields before injection molding is ready — and they need 10,000 of them a week.
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