Features and Benefits:
· 1 oversized solo central filter
· Softer plastic for a more comfortable fit
· Easier breathability and fit
· Simple edition with good filtration and easy to print
All parts are 3D printable within 1.5 Hours, and HEPA filter is replaceable.
This version is intended for individuals with mild knowledge of 3D printing.
Click here for a strapping instructional video.
RAPID MASK DISCLAIMER:
This prototype model is pending NIH assessment for community use. The results of this process may result in modification.
We’re Building a Community of 3D Printing Enthusiasts to Fight the COVID-19 Global Crisis
Our goal is to enable people to meet the community needs for respirator-quality masks and other critical medical supplies through 3D printing around the world.
Humanitarians, People with 3D printers, hobbyists, civic groups, Maker Spaces, universities, schools churches and available willing/government units. Donations to this effort can be made through our Maker Mask/RPrime Donation Center. Donation Center.
Enabling communities to create necessary goods locally and quickly will lessen the spread of disease, protect more people, reduce burdens on medical facilities/DoD/governments, and give Americans something they can do to be part of the solution to this pandemic, while building and training capability for the future.
The Maker Mask is a respirator style mask created by Rory Larson at the request of several local hospitals in Seattle.
We are mindful of costs and have tried to limit barriers to participating. Not including electricity or cost of printers and labor - which is all volunteer and donated here in Seattle - the costs of the inputs are low we estimate that the cost of each finished mask to be roughly between $2 and $3 dollars.