Minimal face shield structure.
Mix based on:
- *Prusa Face Shield RC2* https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/25857-prusa-protective-face-shield-rc2
- *Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan* https://www.youmagine.com/designs/protective-visor-by-3dverkstan
And recommendations received from my local hospital:
- Hold well with no elastic band (easier for disinfection)
- Allow space for masks and glasses
- Lightweight and comfortable
-Designed to optimize material use and print time while still printing easily.
-Hole distances optimized for LEITZ punch hole (80mm distance).
-Also in 80-80-80mm and US 3-hole
-Version with top cover
Please let me know in the comments if you would like other distances.
Prusa has gathered useful information on its page : *3D Printed Protective Face Shields - FAQs* https://help.prusa3d.com/en/article/3d-printed-protective-face-shields-faqs_125479
As well as *production guidelines* : https://manual.prusa3d.com/Guide/Assembling+the+Prusa+Face+Shield+RC1-RC2-RC3+-+community+version/1528#s41280&_ga=2.135882097.1389473449.1586427148-1624961871.1584880338 :
*WARNING!!! READ THIS!!!*
*-CLEAN WORKSPACE: It is crucial, that your production environment is absolutely clean!!!*
*-TAKE PRECAUTIONS: Behave like you are infected. Use the respirator and for the next batches ideally the face shield.*
*-DISINFECT YOUR HANDS AND TOOLS: Wash your tools and hands regularly, if possible use gloves.*
*-DIVIDE THE STORAGE: Don't store the parts in one place, separate them into multiple batches. Avoid cross contamination! Use sealable bags! The virus is expected to die after 96 hours.*
*-CONSULT THE DESIGN: Talk to whoever will use this shield (doctors, police, ...). Discuss possible adjustments. One design might not fit all.*
*Once again, keep your WORKING SPACE AND YOURSELF AS CLEAN AS POSSIBLE!!!*
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