Laser cutter made Cloth Face Coverings
14”x6”rectangles of cotton fabric cotton fabric or cloth
Laser cutter or Scissors (you can made by hand)
Needle and thread (or bobby pin)
red line, drawing line speed:100mm/s power:10%
black line, cut through speed:50mm/s power:30%
laser cut file：cloth-mask.pdf Download
Proto Shield by Mat Thorne and Devin Montgomery
The Proto Shield is an open-source, low-cost, quickly produced face shield. It is designed to be functionally equivalent to the Prusa face shield. It’s just 100x faster to make. The visor is compatible with 3D printed Prusa parts.
Materials for the Proto Shield cost less than $1, and it can be produced by almost any laser cutter in less than 1 minute. It can be stored and shipped flat, is comfortable enough to be worn all day, and can be disassembled for sterilization and re-use.
One person can make hundreds of Proto Shields in a day from almost anywhere in the world. Here’s how:
Laser cutter (40 watt+; bed size 10″ x 16″ +)
Hot knife or scissors
Small flat head screwdriver
Rubber gloves, face mask, and disinfected work surface
.060” or 1.5mm PETG sheet (approximately 16” x 2” per shield)
.020” or .5mm PETG sheet (approximately 9.5” x 9.5” per shield)
.75” or 20mm elastic band (approximately 14” per shield)
Cut Files Download:Proto-shield
licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
The elastic on these masks is known to rub the backs of ears raw. Ear savers will make wearing surgical masks more comfortable for our providers.
Materails:Rowmark Lucent acrylic