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American Libraries Live: Libraries and COVID-19:
Using 3D Printing to Make Personal Protective Equipment
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• “For Colorado people -- https://www.make4covid.co/ is doing a great job organizing the supply
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American Libraries Live—Libraries and COVID-19: Using 3D Printing to Make Personal Protective Equipment, List of Links Shared in Chat (April 2020)

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American Libraries Live—Libraries and COVID-19: Using 3D Printing to Make Personal Protective Equipment, List of Links Shared in Chat (April 2020)

  1. 1. American Libraries Live: Libraries and COVID-19: Using 3D Printing to Make Personal Protective Equipment Links Posted in Chat • “We will be using this one (NIH approved):” https://3dprint.nih.gov/discover/3dpx-013389 • https://3dprint.nih.gov/collections/covid-19-response • “Find donation-accepting organizations:” https://getusppe.org • https://docs.library.ucla.edu/display/LSD/COVID- 19+Response%3A+3D+Printing+PPE+Equipment • https://studio.cul.columbia.edu/face-shield/ • “This is a recent design that I was - practical and seems like it could get the job done: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4269167?fbclid=IwAR0Qr3IkGemVZMVdEyYs8JCxkbmeRi8w T9ahlD65kaTdUqtIHMiBuMB7dA0 • “In Oklahoma City area there is a group started to help connect hospitals and makers:” https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/norman-library-3d-printers-used-to-create-ppe-for- hospital-staff-on-frontlines-against-coronavirus/ • https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4249113 • https://www.fastcompany.com/90486069/3d-print-your-own-hands-free-door-handles-with- these-free-files • “Be sure to visit https://3dprint.nih.gov/ and join America Makes” • “If anyone would like an invite to #HigherEdMakerPandemic on Slack, join here:” https://join.slack.com/t/higheredmakerpandemic/shared_invite/zt-d4j8is93- DMSUziOHE8BjMPVMZw3RZg • “In Massachusetts this group, Cape Cod Makers, is handling collection, assembly and distribution of 3D printed face shield visor parts:” https://capecodmakers.org/covid/?fbclid=IwAR1ZTy3swc4CR- JPZ2bd67gajyz9W_g6pqQmsd5inmJxSj3BMZN246uYxkg • https://www.facebook.com/groups/opensourcecovid19medicalsupplies/ • https://studio.cul.columbia.edu/face- shield/?fbclid=IwAR0n2c3jU2sJWVmWcZnOTRgKYYFxLfcny9lkjQigQZS1poq369QgJov5Eyg • “This is a great spreadsheet of local groups around the country:” https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JH5uL3WW6PwvwFRe4wqXkheK0- jcGYqaPmb9J3Dr6Ac/edit?usp=sharing&fbclid=IwAR1EXppQfB2kpocZ9KdcuXMqUeKNP1RpYJE6 drcDjMh3NB4WOz8en6AiII8
  2. 2. • “For Colorado people -- https://www.make4covid.co/ is doing a great job organizing the supply chain for makers & getting finished items to hospitals” • https://www.tinkercad.com • “Budmen.com has a terms and conditions that you need to check off when you download their shield PPE:” https://budmen.com/3d-face-shield-terms/ • “Smarter Every Day did an amazing job talking about DIY PPE manufacturing processes (it is not about design or fabrication, it is about community organization):” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbEj7M3aZIg • “Here is our research aggregation document we have been working on locally at Brandeis MakerLab (to build and share our local literacy):” https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O4rzzOgx8IRtF- TlSE13tPgdClpWYrCYU0hT_Rt3dRQ/edit?usp=sharing • “3D Printing community response and Corona Virus Resources:” https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/3d-printing-community-responds-to-covid-19-and- coronavirus-resources-169143/ • “Check out this machine:” https://peopoly.net/products/phenom • “I have specs for the face shields that we are making, if anyone is interested in them. We have taken a template from Prusa and made adjustments to meet our printing needs. I have suggestions for the headband (how to print, sand and clean), elastic (what to buy, how long and how to cut slits) and the plastic for the shield itself (which transparencies work better and how to punch holes in them). If anyone is interested in more information, please go to SOMACC on Facebook or email me directly at rgriffith@sscc.edu.”

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