Forehead add-on for 3D printed face shields by @SophyWong #Covid19 #3Dprinting
Sophy Wong on Instructables posts an add-on for 3D printed face shields. It is cut from plastic transparency sheet and attaches to the pegs of the visor frame over the full sized plastic sheet, extending coverage upwards over the forehead. It is quick and easy to make, and it works with already 3D printed parts.
Light weight, it does not block light.
2 add-ons can be cut from 1 sheet of US letter size plastic transparency.
May be cut with laser cutter, vinyl cutter, or by hand.
Shown with 3D Verkstan’s FaceShield design, but also compatible with other face shield designs using 6-hole and 3-hole peg configurations.
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