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MÁSCARA - MASK COVID 19 - CENTRO UNIVERSITÁRIO FAG - ENG. ELÉTRICA - PROF. HELDER
THIS PROJECT CONCERNS AN ALTERNATIVE PROJECT FOR THE PRINTING OF A 3D PRINTED STRUCTURE CONFIGURING A FACIAL PROTECTIVE MASK FOR ONLY 20 cm X 20 cm TABLE PRINTERS FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO PRINT (FREE FILE)COVID19
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In view of the scarcity conditions that regional and even global health organizations were experiencing, in terms of daily inputs to be used by health agents, mainly Personal Protective Equipment - PPE, due to the New Corona Pandemic Virus - COVID-19, the idea arose to promote a small contribution, which could be useful to all those who wish to protect themselves by obtaining an emergency PPE, which can be printed by anyone who has a home printer with a minimum usable printing area. 20 cm x 20 cm.
Still, one of the motivating elements would be the possibility of printing these masks (facial protectors) so that the elderly could protect themselves when they need to leave their homes to go to get vaccines or even go to a pharmacy or even a supermarket.
The idea was to protect the user and protect the people around. These are the reasons.
Finally, this project is a BETA version, which can be improved over time.
Materials and methods
Autodesk® AutoCAD® programs and MatterHackers® MatterControl® programs were used to prepare the project. Tools such as digital caliper, HP 50g calculator, among others, were also used. For printing, a RepRap printer with processing using a dedicated Arduino® board and Marlin 1.1.x interface / software was used. ESUN PLA Premium 1.75mm filament on a 1kg spool in black was used to make the pieces. The print settings were made all from parameters set in MatterControl® and export of the .stl and .g-code files in the corresponding file folders.
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I am sorry for the delay in responding, because I had technical problems in Home Work / Home Office.
In fact, the versions were created so that users of different 3D printers, with different printing capabilities, could choose the combination of parts that best fit their needs.
Answering your question:
- Version 1, corresponding to the file "MÁscara Hospitalar RÍgida Aba Covid 19 Matter.stl" corresponds only to the mask flap, not being complete, because afterwards the file "MÁscara Hospitalar RÍgida Covid 19 Ok.stl" will have to be printed, uniting them with adhesive, which will, after this process, be the same as the file "MÁscara Hospitalar RÍgida Arco Primário Aba Covid 19 Matter.stl” that configures the union of the first two in a single piece / impression.
I hope I have clarified and helped.
I am available to answer any other questions that may arise.
Prof. Helder José Costa Carozzi
FAG University Center
Thanks for the link of the visors. what is the difference between version 1 and version 11?