3D Printed PPE

I was in unique position at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020: I had a small fleet of desktop 3D printers capable of automatic part ejection. This allowed me to make several bulk shipments of face shields to local hospitals and hospice care facilities in the Boston area.

A batch of the final face shields.
A batch of the printed face shield housing by Budmen Industries printed on one of the automated SAAM printers.
A batch of face shields before assembly.
Face shields post-assembly.

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