A Cincinnati man is hoping his hobby can help medical workers on the front lines in the COVID-19 crisis. He is using 3D printing technology to help them do their jobs, by printing mask straps to send to medical workers in Greater Cincinnati and across the country.
“I think it’s awesome, being able to take something that is a hobby of mine and turn it into something useful for other people,” Darryl Kemper said. Kemper is using his 3D printer in hopes he can help health care workers on the front lines. He’s using a design from the internet to make surgical mask straps while he stays healthy at home. “This is the filament that gets melted by the hot end here, and it lays down the part in a pre-determined path,” Kemper said. He said the idea came from his girlfriend and her cousin, […]
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