The production of face visors is essential for the protection of health care and elderly care workers. Now it is possible to use 3D printers to produce a face visor.
When the elderly care unit in the City of Malmö warned public officials it could run out of protective equipment for its staff, the team of the City’s Building Office quickly went into action. Equipped with the plans of a Czech company which shared a free print file, two employees of the Building Office’s 3D printing team started producing face visors with the available 3D printers. 3D printing a face visor takes 45 minutes. The result is a complete and durable face visor.
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