Common questions about 3D Printed Cononavirus masks #coronavirus #covidmasks

Today i’m going to go over some common questions I have received about 3D printing Cononavirus (COVID-19) masks. We are going to cover material choices including why you should use PETG instead of PLA. How TPU helps with comfort and protection, and i’m going to show you how to assemble the masks including how to add a filter.

As always, head to http://www.masksfordocs.com to see how you can help.

I have also started a slack channel where a bunch of us are getting together to talk about best practices and connect with local hospitals that need masks. You can join us via this link: https://join.slack.com/t/hospitalmasks/shared_invite/zt-dfqkug40-YAFFQbhcGa3uPpxBMyavqQ

Files: 3 COVID Masks with full TPU wrap 90% scale: http://www.blovereviews.com/3dPrints/3-covid-masks-with-tpu-90-percent-scale.3mf

2 COVID Masks with full TPU wrap 100% scale: http://www.blovereviews.com/3dPrints/2-covid-masks-with-tpu-100-percent-scale.3mf

Overhead video shot using an Insta 360 One X camera: https://amzn.to/2yFCRy5

Looking for a good, affordable 3d printer? Consider the Creality Ender 3: https://amzn.to/39QbgqA

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