Oventus has announced a new Victorian 3-D printing facility, reports 3Ders.com.


The additive manufacturing facility, which is located at CSIRO’s Clayton Site in Clayton, Australia, will be used to manufacture Oventus’ revolutionary O2Vent sleep apnea device. The device, which was developed to help sufferers of a relatively common condition known as sleep apnea (over 12 million in the U.S. alone are affected by it), will be made using state-of-the-art titanium 3D printing equipment.