Open Medical is an organization founded by leaders from Archimedic, NextFab, and the University of Pennsylvania. We launched this organization with a focus on addressing the shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the COVID-19 outbreak. We intend to use this website to share information, collect feedback, and fullfil the unmet needs of patients and providers.
Surgical Mark Strap(16/04/20) updated: Hi, friends.Thanks for the reply (especially Myrandor), I had a modified version uploaded: 1, 1.5 mm thickness NO round corner Hook enhanced Can attach hair clips to fix the position Surgical Mark Strap(11/04/20) updated: Firstly, thanks to all who remixed and/or printed my strap design. I didn't expect it to be this popular. However, many are racing to print as many as their print bed allows and most have asked me if there is any way of increasing the print density. The answer is, YES (sort of). During breakfast with https://www.thingiverse.com/F96, he mentioned that you could stack two designs vertically and then peel them off like supports, so long as the designs are just flat to begin with. However, the "air-gap" between the bottom and top must be baked-into the 3D model, typically supports have an air-gap of 0.35mm for 0.2mm layer height prints. After some tests, it seems to work just fine. So here is a version stacked as a pair. Try printing this, and if it works for a majority of you, let me know and I'll make a 2, 3 or 4 stack version so you can print a whole lot in one night (so you can go to sleep and do some peeling-off in the morning). Just one small disclaimer though: Disclaimer: Although the stacking works on my Ender 3D and should work on others, please know that because of material differences across filament brands and differences with how you setup your heatbed, hotend etc., it is possible that the outcome may lead to two pieces stuck together. Please test a single stack first, if it doesn't work, let me know. Surgical mask strap (Updated 08/04/2020): Add one more hook on each side. Thank you for Petroleumjelly8 suggestion.
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Our Origami Mask is being developed to address the shortage of PPE in our healthcare institions. Below is an image of the original version of this product. It is continuously being refined by our members, and the latest information is published on the Origami Mask page.