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3D Printed Covidstop Faceshield for Canadian Makers

July 16, 2020

 

Instructional Assembly video on how to make a 3D Printed Covidstop Faceshield.

Canadian Makers have donated these 3D printed face shields to those in need.

Components:

  • 3D Printed Frame
  • 3D Printed Shape Retaining Piece (optional)
  • 2.85mm Diameter TPU Filament Strand or Rubber Bands
  • 9x9" or 12x10" PETG 0.5mm Thick Sheet

Volunteer or request face shields at Covidstop.ca



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