3D Printed Parts is committed to battling the COVID-19 epidemic by supporting healthcare workers and essential workers.
We are proud to offer PPE products that have been verified by the National Institute of Health for 3D Printing.
In some instances, the product demand has outstripped 3D printing capacity and we have cut tooling to mass produce the items.
In these times 3D Printed Parts and our partner businesses have decided that it really takes all hands to battle the pandemic and protect our mutual futures, that is why we are offering these products at NO charge for time or equipment for the healthcare industry and essential workers.
Flat Pack Face Shield – This design has undergone review by the NIH in a clinical setting. This face shield is designed to prevent direct exposure to particles, prevents the user from touching their face and is ideal for healthcare workers, first responders, cashiers, and essential workers. The visor is tested and approved by staff all over the world but there are a lot of different regulations regarding medical supplies, please make sure to follow authority guidelines that apply within your region.
Stop Gap Face Mask – This design has undergone review by the NIH in a clinical setting. The Stopgap Face Mask was created as an emergency action in an effort to protect people by providing backup PPE options if the standard PPE has become unavailable. This device has not gone through the same regulatory approval process as standard PPE.
The Stopgap Face Mask consists of two main components (the mask body and the filter cover) and contains features for attaching two elastic straps and receiving a patch of filter material. It is recommended that the rectangular filter patch and elastic straps are disposed of after every use of this device. The remaining parts of the plastic mask can be disinfected using common disinfecting solutions or sterilized and reused.
Surgical Mask Tension Release Band – This design has undergone review by the NIH in a clinical setting. Surgical Mask Tension Release Band for Ear Comfort & Extended Use. The tension relief band is made of flexible plastic.
Community Mask Nest – This device is a general-purpose face mask intended for use in the community and is not suitable for use by a healthcare professional or in a healthcare facility or environment, as described in FDA Guidance Enforcement Policy for Face Masks and Respirators During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency, Section V B. Simple DIY mask with flexible filter media options. Three sizes available; small, medium and large. Use string, elastic cord, rubber bands, or other options to secure to head.