DtM-v3.1 Face Shield PPE (Prusa i3 MK3s)

DtM-v3.1 Face Shield PPE
DtM-v3.1 Face Shield PPE
Prusa i3 MK3s

Overall Evaluation:

  1. Takes about 4 hours to print.
  2. High quality print with some stringing. (Possibly do to the age of the filament used)
  3. There are some ringing artifacts found on the right side of the visors. The artifact does not affect the functionality of the visor. 
  4. The transparency snaps perfectly to the locations. 
  5. Currently have printed 15.  

Settings Used:

  • I used recommended settings for .2mm (Speed). The only thing that I changed later on was the speed. I increased it to 120% in order to reduce the amount of vibration and sound that was created. Increasing the speed to 120% did not show any negative effects on the print. Ringing was still present.  

Next Steps: 

  1. The quality of this print is great. As long as you have a printer capable of printing a good benchy you can print this model with ease with default settings. The only downside is that it will take 4 hours to print 1. We now need to figure out a way to decrease the time of each print.   
  2. Look into ways to change the slicer settings to make the print quicker at the same quality. 
  3. Video Resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bt1UZAnxnA
Printer Technology/Material 
Printer Make/Model 
Resolution (Layer Height) 

Click to Enlarge - 3 image(s)

DtM-v3.1 Face Shield PPE
DtM-v3.1 Face Shield PPE
Prusa i3 MK3s
Average: 5 (1 vote)