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How to Use Your 3D Printer to Help Fight the Coronavirus

Coordinate your efforts with local health care providers

8Craig Gillam, digital fabrication supervisor in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Architecture and Design’s Fab Lab, has produced hundreds of headbands, which will be fitted with acetate shields. Photo: University of Tennessee, Knoxville

ToTo address the enormous shortfall in personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic, 3D printing enthusiasts around the world have started to manufacture and donate makeshift equipment.




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Dave Gershgorn

Dave Gershgorn

Senior Writer at OneZero covering surveillance, facial recognition, DIY tech, and artificial intelligence. Previously: Qz, PopSci, and NYTimes.

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