Copper 3D antimicrobial 3D printable mask 3D model

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    Chris Mattmann
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    Please feel free to reach out to chris.a.mattmann@jpl.nasa.gov and Kalind Carpenter <kalind.c.carpenter@jpl.nasa.gov>

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    Salen
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    I think the most optimal filter from a cotton pad. The question remains how effective it is. Is there anyone who can calculate this? In this case, replacing the filter will be the simplest, most affordable material.

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    macchioni
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    thanks for the file

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