3D Printed Mask

This model has not been assessed for community use or in a clinical setting. Further optimization may be required.

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Orignal Source wich contains a fair amount of documentaion:

https://www.billingsclinic.com/foundation/3d-printed-surgical-mask/

Was brought to my attention through a Canadian initiive to evaluate it as a medical device.

The included model is only one size. The part which holds the filter material is too small and does not include the bezel shown in the pic. Appreciate the share, but without complete parts this, unfortunately, is of little value.

I believe that the bezel you are seeing is really just the brim holding the pieces in place for printing. It's most evident under the mask part, but I'm sure it's on all of them.
To verify, look at the site http://makethemasks.com

What is the filter medium used here?  The pic for the filter holder seems to be different than the stl. Any guidance there?

Just checking to see what the status is in regards to being approved for clinical status? We have about 61 of them printed, with everything working just fine. Filters definietly fit if they are cut to the correct size which is 2.5 Inches. The bezel is not requied, due to the tight fit when you add the filter material.

@AndyCohen, what you are seeing as a bezel is actually the brim, holding the part to the print bed for adhesion. 
So this IS a complete entry, containing only the mask body and the filter holder. Oh, and many good printing and assembly instructions.