COVID: Bracing for post-holiday surges (CNN) – A middle school shop teacher from New Jersey is being honored with a special edition Mazda for stepping up during the COVID-19 pandemic to produce thousands of masks for frontline workers.
Jason Erdreich, 26, knows how to work with his hands since he teaches woodworking, manufacturing and robotics at Madison Junior School in Madison, New Jersey. So, when personal protective equipment was in short supply with the coronavirus spreading across the U.S., he felt he could help. He set up 15 3D printers in his living room, turning it into a makeshift factory, and started printing masks around the clock. When PPE was in short supply with the coronavirus spreading across the U.S., 26-year-old Jason Erdreich, a middle school shop teacher, stepped up, helping to produce more than 12,000 pieces of vital equipment for frontline workers. (Source: Mazda via CNN) He also […]
Above: PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage product line-up/Source: PepsiCo PepsiCo turned to tooling with 3D printing...