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N95 masks against Coronavirus COVID19 #HackThePandemic

Make's quality: 4.6/5 (8 votes)
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3D Model

Make's Description

Excellent flat design with minimal material used, thank you! Easy to print, but a bit tricky to fold to the right shape. I tried the first print from PLA material, but the next one will be from PET-G. According to the first print I will create a paper corpus on which I will be able to thermally shape another print.

3D Printer

Anet ET4


1,75 PLA C-Tech
  • Raft: No
  • Resolution: 0.15 mm
  • Temperature: 220 °C
  • Support: No
  • Infill: 20 %
  • Speed: 60 mm/s

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Does this work with all 3D printers?

This mask is unusable: the joint of the wings under the chin is OPEN!!!!!! I can also see in the photo that there are holes in the center!!! It's very dangerous for me and for the others! come on guys!

CU in my country means ass.
Can`t walk in over here if ass in my face =/

How did u manage to fold it ? Is an hair dryer enough ?

How is it so smooth? Mine prints unsmoothly, and has little holes in it when put up to a light. Printing on Ender 3, any recommendations?

Yes, it is printed without supports. The screwing is printed gradually. After print it is necessary to regrind the screw it a little. The rings are printed on the bottom side, placed on the heatbed.

if it is printed without supports how will the rings in the screwing valve be printed