Statewide makerspace network collaborates on COVID-19 mask projects

Makerspaces, collaborative community-operated workspaces, across New Hampshire have started using 3D printers to make masks for healthcare workers. Using mostly donated supplies, members printed and assembled protective face shields for health-care workers, sending 150 to a hospital in Manchester and planning on making 1,000 a week. The main limitation is that 3D printer is slow, but volunteers throughout the state with 3D printers have offered to help.

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