Schwenksville’s DJM ‘Prints’ Needed Shields

This post was originally published by Joe Zlomek in the Schwenksville Post.

SCHWENKSVILLE PA – Lori Buckman Moes, a self-proclaimed “construction technology enthusiast,” personally knows nurses who are warriors in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak. And she guessed the company she co-founded with her husband Dan – DJM Design, CAD, and Coordination Services Inc., at 395 Main St. – might be able to help them.

On Monday (April 6, 2020) DJM, which in part provides its clients with three-dimensional printing and building modeling services, produced 100 sterilized face shields to protect doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel. They’re intended to keep those professionals, who constantly deal with COVID-19 infected patients, from contracting the disease.