NES Universal Frame for Face Shield

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

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Sun, 2020-07-19 07:51

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Rating

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Licensing

PLA (Silk Silver)
PLA (White)
Attach a rubber band to the frame and fix it with a stapler.
Molding now
Molding completed
Donated to a hospital in Osaka
Face shield that covers the entire face
This holder can also be used as a mouse shield
Face shield that covers the entire face
This holder can also be used as a mouse shield
It was worn by a man with a height of 187 cm.
Simple PPE that uses a face shield, mask, and raincoat together
Wearing a Face Shield
Wearing a Face Shield
Preparation procedure before use
Attach the ring and thread the rubber band through the ring.
Attach the ring and thread the rubber band through the ring.
Secure with a stapler.
Finishing work procedure
Molding a Face Shield
Cut off unnecessary parts.
During finishing work
During finishing work
During finishing work

Comments

Comments

I print this model and donate it to a Japanese hospital.
It has been used for several months at public hospitals and large hospitals in Osaka Prefecture.
The softness of the part that hits the forehead is popular.
I am listening to the opinions of doctors and nurses and updating it, so it is safe to use it in the medical field.

I am a healthcare professional.
The face shield must fit tightly.
But don't be hurt during work.
I wanted something that would fit the shape of my head and not hurt.
This was just the right softness.
Since it can be adjusted with a rubber band, it does not seem to fall off.
Great item for me.