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Printing Prusa Face Shields for Dentist

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To help prevent viruses from spreading - in this case COVID19 - we have printed and donated face shields for the medical staff of our local dentist in Haarlem!       We used our PETG Filament to make sure every team member has their own high quality mask, customized with their initials. We 3D printed the parts on the Raise3D N2 Plus.Thanks Prusa Research for making this open-source design available: https://www.prusa3d.com/covid19/Are you interested in our filaments or the faceshields? Don’t hesitate to get in touch, send us an email at info@3d4makers.com          

3D printed face shield for dentist

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Kees Kamper's PETG 3D Printed Lamps

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Kees Kamper has been working on designing and developing 3D printed lamps for three years now. His blog details his findings and journey on his blog and Instagram. He developed a line of lamps by himself initially. Now he collaborates with lamp designer Gerard Schoone for his current line.  Kees uses Slic3r for his files and 3D4Makers PETG filament for his lamps. He choose out PETG because the material is stronger and tougher than PLA and more flexible. This flexibility lets his lamp parts fit better and they are also less likely to break. He also likes the layer adhesion and...

Kees Kamper's PETG 3D Printed Lamps

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