3D Printing Time Lapse Video: Prusa RC3 Face Shields US Version – From a Basement to the Front Lines

This is an extended, companion time lapse video to the one we just posted.  In this video, you can see the face shield PPE parts get printed, sanitized, and dropped off to Infinite Labs in March.

The LulzBot TAZ 6 3D printer was provided through a FedEx grant for education and print-on-demand services.

The 3D print design was developed for the #HackThePandemic movement by Prusa Research. #HackThePandemic is comprised of makers contributing to COVID-19 relief and supply chains. The Prusa RC3 Face Shield parts were given to Infinite Labs, who then assembled and distributed the face shields to essential workers in Allegheny County.

The music was provided by Paul McGranite.

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