Flattening the Curve
- Initiatief uit: VS
- Soort produkt: Gelaatsmasker / Spatmasker
- Te gebruiken voor: lichte zorgtaken
- Ontwikkelings-stadium: ready, all systems go!! Je kunt vol aan de slag!
- Herbruikbaarheid: te steriliseren met uv-c
Hoe het ontstaan is
A Liverpool couple has stepped up in a big way to help out workers at a county-operated coronavirus est site in Syracuse. They’re making 300 face shields using 3D printers in their basement.
Isaac Budmen and Stephanie Keefe, who make and sell custom 3D printers in their home under the name Budmen Industries, produced 50 of the shields using seven printers on Saturday....
Now, they are using 16 printers to pump out 250 more they plan to deliver by Friday.
Budmen said he and Keefe got to work designing the shields as soon as soon as they heard the county was planning to open a site in the city where people could go to be tested for the coronavirus. They figured the county would need face shields for the safety or workers performing the tests.
The shields consist of a plastic visor. That’s the part that the couple make on their printers. They cut and attach the part that covers the face from clear polyethylene sheeting. That part can be easily replaced if the county does not want to sterilize the shields daily.
De site Budmen Industries is op dit moment helemaal gewijdt aan dit project. Je kunt er alles vinden wat je nodig hebt om dit ontwerp te maken.
- Benodigdheden: 3D-printer, computer
- Nog hulp nodig met: 3d-printen