3D printer: A solution for mask shortage

Libraries, universities and individuals are using 3D printers to create face-shield and masks for healthcare workers figthing the COVID 19 outbreak.

Public Libraries are putting their 3D printers in to use:

Universities are putting their 3D printers in to use:

Drexel University launches 3D project for Face Shield amid coronavirus outbreak

https://6abc.com/health/drexel-making-3d-face-shields-to-help-healthcare-workers/6069133/

The University of California South Francisco (USCF) has a page dedicated to 3D printed face-shield:

https://www.library.ucsf.edu/news/ucsf-3d-printed-face-shield-project/

Doctors are using their ingenuity to create masks through 3D printers:

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Owner(s) of 3D printer(s), could help by creating personal protective masks dedicated to Staff and Patient by following the instructions listed below:

https://www.makethemasks.com/

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I am Christel B a Librarian and a stay at home mom. I created the website for reference purposes. Therefore, you will be able to find on my blog, all the free reference trustworthy materials available online. Enjoy as much as I do 😃

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