Eric has ben 3D printing Covid-19 face shields for staff in Goderich Ontario businesses. Rexall in Goderich has been using the shields since March.
Open source Covid-19 face shield for medical and public use (splash shield NOT mask) reference files tips and tricks I find along the way
3D Printer (My current fav) :https://amzn.to/2wFEMlt
3D Printer Filament (AMZ3D) https://amzn.to/2vE4upU
Binding Covers (7 mil PVC sheet for shield- Don’t laser cut PVC though) https://amzn.to/2Jk5SBt
Acetate Sheets (4.5 mil option): https://amzn.to/2xQYryW
More acetate sheet options: https://amzn.to/3brzXuS
A4-standard-sheetErics8.5-11- This was first version of full bevels and holes proper for North America paper size
A4-standard-sheetErics8.5-11justholes- This is JUST holes and can be used for someone not wanting to bevel the edges
Letter-sized-shield-for-A4-frame-lasercut .75mm outward from centrebothsides- New version with bevels and holes spaced both sides 0.75mm outboard
Split versions added by Tekmason which can be produced on 3D printers that have smaller build plates
Get the stacked version here from @Carl0sGS so you can print MANY at a time without restarting your printer: https://github.com/CarlosGS/facemask-print-vertical
Open my SVG in K40 whisperer and use top section as it was made with version 0.92:
I have already done the correct coloration for Vector cut:
Clcik Vector Cut
Or use a paper punch and make them manually.