U-M asks community to donate PPE including 3D printed shields

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    Davide Sher


    The University of Michigan asks the community to donate gear to protect health care workers and patients from COVID-19

    Drop-off donation site open at the North Campus Research Complex, at the corner of Huron Parkway and Plymouth Road in Ann Arbor

    3D Printed Faceshield Donation information

    Thank you for your interest in printing and donating faceshields to protect our patients and staff!
    The model approved by Michigan Medicine Procurement is the PRUSA Protective Face Shield-RC3
    Print files can be found here: https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/25857-prusa-protective-face-shield-r1
    Both the high resolution, and suggested low resolution settings have been approved, and material (PLA, PETG) is not a consideration as of 3/27/20.
    The ancillary 3D-printed piece at the bottom of the shield is unnecessary.
    Sheeting is currently available via MCMaster (Online). A minimum of 0.4mm has been approved, please.
    After printing and assembling, please bring the faceshield(s) to our donation location.  PLEASE DO NOT DISSEMINATE DIRECTLY TO HOSPITAL OR HEALTH CARE WORKERS TO AVOID INADVERTENT CONTAMINATION.


    University of Michigan, 500, South State Street, Ann Arbor, Pittsfield Charter Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan, 48109, United States of America

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