Tips from a member of the community- "The plastic filament used to print the face shield supports is heated up to a high temperature (250 degrees Celsius = 450 degrees Fahrenheit) during printing, pretty much sterilizing the printed part. I wear a fresh pair of gloves, a surgical mask and face shield during the entire process: before removing the prints and putting them directly into a fresh sealable bag, cutting the plastic sheets and elastic bands, and during assembly."
- How to Make 3D Printed Face Masks/Protective Visors
To obtain the downloadable SLT file, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Modified files by Doug LaRue for 3D Masks
- Modified files by Doug LaRue for 3D Masks (no hole version, said to fit larger heads better)
- Assembly Instructions
- Additional Guidance