A Saint Patrick Academy eighth-grader is using his home 3D printer to answer a call to action by providing first responders and health care workers with face shields to protect against coronavirus exposure. Fourteen-year-old Joey Marston, of Rye, was already a 3D printing enthusiast before the pandemic hit – creating toys for friends, items for his class store at school, an indoor golf putting cup, and a charging stand for his phone.
Last week, Marston came across an article in Business Insider featuring Budmen Industries, a New York-based 3D printing company currently creating visors, a component of the face shields worn by health care workers and first responders.
The company was offering its 3D printing templates to others printers to manufacture and ultimately distribute to their local facilities in need. Just days later, Marston saw in article in […]
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