A couple in upstate New York is pitching in to help protect workers at a coronavirus testing center. Isaac Budmen and Stephanie Keefe of Onondaga County are 3D-printing protective face masks to help keep those on the front line safe.
They say they started to make the face shields last weekend after learning a testing center was coming to their county. The couple started by producing 50 and will make 300 altogether as requested, using 16 3D printers for the job. They’ve been so busy creating the masks, they haven’t even decided on a price because they’re just trying to get it done as fast as they can.
Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon said, “This is what we’re talking about when coming together as a community.”
Source: New York Post