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Face Shields from 3D printers: Cape Volunteers Step Up

Originally posted by Jim Sullivan on April 10, 2020

Cape Cod Makers, spearheaded by Michael Looney of Mashpee Public Schools, is leveraging 3D printer technology to answer the call for PPE donations. With the support of the Cape Makers team, the goal is to create 5,000 face shields to protect front-line healthcare staff.

“I reached out to my network within the Cape Cod Makers with this challenge,” said Looney, who is director of career and technical education for Mashpee Public Schools. “Over the past three or four days, we’ve been collaborating online every day to create a design that was going to be both effective and fairly quick to make with a 3D printer.”

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