We’re doing all we can to help those who are at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Using 3D printers and open source designs, we’re creating reusable masks to help protect essential workers and people with chronic illnesses from this serious disease.
Most 3D printers can produce about 8 makes per day. Once the masks are printed, they must be cleaned, assembled, and distributed by volunteers.
If you have a 3D printer, you can join our production team, and if you don’t, you can still help by contributing your time and skills to our assembly and distribution efforts.
Want to see how it works? Watch a time-lapse video of a 3D mask being printed.