OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (May 7, 2020) – ImageNet Consulting, a technology and 3D printing solutions company headquartered in Oklahoma City, is stepping up to help provide 3D printed PPE for local hospitals and health care workers in need.
As of May 6, ImageNet has delivered 2,000 of 5,500 ear savers the company is donating to SSM St. Anthony. Ear savers are small bands which relieve pressure from masks on ears.
“We are depending on community partners now more than ever before, and we continue to be humbled by the response,” said Kathleen Bartlett, senior development director for SSM Health St. Anthony Foundation. “These ear savers will provide much-needed relief to our 5,000 health care workers who must wear masks for hours on end. We’re incredibly grateful to ImageNet for this generous donation.”
Pat Russell, ImageNet president & CEO, said the company is committed to testing and 3D printing PPE for the hard-working men and women of the health care industry.
“We feel it’s our duty to use all available resources to help those on the frontline against COVID-19,” Russell said. “ImageNet will continue to do all we can to provide much-needed PPE to health care workers in our community.”
About ImageNet Consulting, LLC
ImageNet Consulting was founded as Southwest Typewriter Company in 1956. As times and technology changed, so did their name. Southwest Typewriter Company began a legacy of providing superior solutions, products, and services. As innovations in office equipment change, ImageNet has continued to provide clients with the best products and services that meet their needs. Now at the forefront of 3D printing technology, Enterprise Content Services, Digital Display Services, Managed Print Services, and Managed IT Services. ImageNet Consulting continues to utilize platforms of leading technology to maximize efficiencies and lower costs for their clients.
For more information about ImageNet's technology products, business consulting, or managed services, visit www.imagenet.com.