Hitting the pause button

Big Announcement – Please Read! Hi everyone, The story so farWhen we first started up way back in March, our goal was a clear one, to meet the overwhelming demand for PPE whilst official production lines caught up, and to help stem the spread of the virus by protecting the front line Read more…

Distribution Figures

Hack The Pandemic has been operating for over 3 months now and in that time we’ve produced and distributed over 10,000 face covers, almost 6,000 mask clips, and over 1,500 UEA DoorMate tools. We thought you may be interested to see where all this HTP equipment has ended up so Read more…

Take a look inside the factory

Here’s a glimpse inside the workings of our factory where we process everything we produce before it’s distributed. Everything our makers produce is brought to our factory where it’s logged, quality checked, stress tested, and run through a multi-stage sanitation process including UV light, cleansing and medical grade alcohol baths, Read more…

Live Q&A On Demand

Today we held our first live Q&A session on our facebook page, answering any questions you had for us about what we do, how we are tackling the new regulations, or anything else you may have been interested in. Whilst the Q&A is now over, you can watch it back Read more…

Our TV Debut!

Hack The Pandemic featured on BBC’s Points West during the lunchtime and evening news earlier today (16th April). The segment showed our fantastic volunteers 3D printing, quality testing, sanitising, and packing PPE face shields in our pop up ‘factory’ in Emersons Green Village Hall. Volunteer driver, Hayley Robbins, was interviewed Read more…