Faceshield using 3 Avery clear view binders that is wider and according to PA state government is acceptable width, I think.

I created a new face shield that is wider and I think safer. I think it meets Pennsylvania state guidelines on width at least, I don't know about the impenetrable foam. I am wearing it with a maker mask. I got the Amazon foam from a link on another 3dprint.nih.gov design.

PA is accepting Face masks with integrated Face Shields:

Face masks with integrated shield

Minimum 7.5 (long) x 13 (wide) inches
Impenetrable foam barrier

Source: https://spportal.dot.pa.gov/ppeinventory/Lists/CMSPROCUREMENTFORM/NewForm.aspx?Source=/ppeinventory/Style%20Library/js/form1action.html

I have foam from 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XCK65QM/

https://www.mcmaster.com/8512k14

https://www.mcmaster.com/8512K63

The difference in the McMaster-Carr foam is

4 psi

and

2.5 psi

To create a new build:

https://3dprint.nih.gov/create/build

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It is an awesome design Andy. Does it work with every 3D printer or the very small household models can find it problematic? What unit would you recommend?

Ethan