Skip to content
This repository is to keep track of novel designs of face mask for medical professional to use in critical times
G-code
Branch: master
Clone or download

Latest commit

Latest commit 3276994 Apr 3, 2020

Files

Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
Approved_Current_Design Update README.md Mar 25, 2020
StrappedCharlotteFaceShield Changed Folder Name for Stapped Version Mar 25, 2020
cox_health_shield updated the readme.md Mar 22, 2020
final Injection molded visor Mar 29, 2020
hardhatfaceshield Create README.md Mar 22, 2020
injection mold Update readme.md Apr 3, 2020
prusaFaceShield Newest Visor files Mar 25, 2020
research Update README.md Mar 23, 2020
volunteers Create README.md Mar 22, 2020
.DS_Store Created files in the prusaFaceShield Mar 22, 2020
.gitignore
README.md Formatting Mar 23, 2020

README.md

Faceshields

This repository is to keep track of novel designs of face mask for medical professional to use in critical times

At this time these files are not meant to be mass produced in anyway. As of right now, this is for prototyping different designs.

March 22nd Print

We are currently printing the Face Shield and can be found in the PrusaFaceShield file.

Resources:

Prusa Face Shield

https://blog.prusaprinters.org/from-design-to-mass-3d-printing-of-medical-shields-in-three-days/

Other Designs to think about (May be easier to print?):

https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/3052135/polytechnic-university-lab-3d-printing-face

https://www.coxhealth.com/innovation/

Working Fusion Models:

-Live Link Prusa Bottom Reinforcement (original, for .5mm thick material) https://a360.co/2UbwLO5
-Live Link Prusa Bottom Reinforcement (for 1.5mm thick material) https://a360.co/2QEyNnK
-Believe this one should be a spot on replica, easy to alter the underlying sketches and file if needed
-Live Link Prusa RC2 https://a360.co/3beMKk8
-More straight lines in this model, much easier to sketch. Haven't test any prints, but model seems to be correct.
-Live Link Prusa RC1 https://a360.co/2QAGLOJ

You can’t perform that action at this time.