Covid-19: Malaysian 3D printing enthusiasts produce face shields to aid frontliners in fight against pandemic


Face shields for those fighting the Covid-19 pandemic are in short supply, prompting the Malaysian 3D printing and design communities to make DIY ones for frontliners. — AFP

Malaysian 3D printing and design communities are coming together to produce face shields for frontliners facing the Covid-19 pandemic.

MinNature Malaysia founder Wan Cheng Huat, who started the Facebook group 3D Printing Malaysia Community for Covid-19, said the self-funded group aimed to help frontliners by creating face shields using 3D printing, laser cutting or DIY builds.

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