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Due to the Coronavirus N95 mask shortage, we are creating 3D printed masks for first-line responders to use in their daily work.

These masks are being offered for free as a means of last resort in an effort to help protect our healthcare workers.


We are not in the business of manufacturing masks. These masks have not been tested or approved by any government agency. These masks should be used as a last-resort device with the purpose of offering protection from airborne particles and prevent spreading liquid contaminating the airways.



Please consider donating to this cause. Any amount helps.


Each mask takes approximately 3 to 3.5 hours to produce with high quality filaments. 


All proceeds from this fundraiser go directly towards the purchase of supplies for the printing of the 3D masks. 

All 3D printers have been generously donated. 

Watch the video to see the 3.5 hour printing process!

Types of First Line Responders:

  • Clinical Research

  • Physician

  • EMT

  • ER Admitting Representative

  • ER Technician

  • Firefighter

  • Health Education Specialist

  • Lab Technician

  • Mental Health Clinician

  • Nurse

  • Nurse Assistant

  • Nurse Practitioner

  • Physician Assistant

  • Paramedic

  • Patient transporter

  • Pharmacist

  • Police Officer

  • Post Office Worker

  • Radiology Technician

  • Respiratory Therapist

  • Scribe

  • Security Officer

  • UPS Worker


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