With a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), RPM 3D Printing CEO Chase Carlyle says he wanted to help those on the front lines stay safe.
“The idea to 3D print visors was because since there’s a shortage of PPE materials right now, there’s a lot of people who want to be able to help. I’m in a lot of 3D printing communities that have been sharing around tested and medically-approved visors that we can help the community by just distributing them,” said Carlyle.
Carlyle says they have a goal of making hundreds of protective visors. “We plan on making 250 visors initially that will be distributed to CHKD and Sentara in Hampton Roads and they’ll be distributing to all their other locations,” he said. The process does take some time. “To 3D print […]
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