MY FACE MASK

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  • #98252
    Davide SherDavide Sher
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    WASP is now sharing an entire process that, starting from a 3D face scan, allows you to create and customize a mask for each operator. The material used is PCL (polycaprolactone). It is a biomaterial that can remain in contact with the skin. The masks were 3D printed using Delta WASP 4070. After designing a basic model that follows facial features just like a second skin, WASP’s goal was to make the mask perfectly ergonomic, which was achieved using Blender software. The mask can be disinfected and used several times, while an interchangeable filter must be inserted in its central part. It takes about four hours of printing to create a mask that perfectly adheres to the face eliminating irritations caused by extensive use.

    WASP releases the project as open source. Instructions and .stl files for download are available here. WASP used photogrammetry as a scanning method since it can be performed using a mobile phone. If necessary, a manual laser or structured light 3D scanner can also be used.

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    #98281
    Alvin
    Participant

    I have downloaded the file, and see that there is a .fff file, which I’m assuming is a script for the 3d scanning. How do I go about using this?

    Thanks
    Alvin

    #98304
    Philip
    Participant

    How do I simply just drop this file into cura and start printing for my local health care workers, cleaners & security officers who have to go to work in order to keep things moving.

    I have a 3 d printer but to be fair I’m not very good at the software side if things.

    Many thanks in advance for any assistance.

    #98305
    Philip
    Participant

    Forget that, I figured it out. Many thanks again.

     

    #98367
    murphy
    Participant

    Can you share please, because i am wondering the same and did not figure out yet

    #98397
    Mathew Jones
    Participant

    Guys, this is amazing thank you! I have the downloaded the zip file. is there a document explaining the process anywhere?

    Thank you!

    #98408
    Mare Robert
    Participant

    Thank you guys! The question is what filters should i use? Can someone recommend me any good type of filters?

     

    Thanks!

    #98425
    Lavell Hampton
    Participant

    Did you use supports?

     

    #98494
    Michael
    Participant

    Which photogrammetry app would you recommend for Android?

    #98535
    daniel
    Participant

    hello,

     

    Can you share the process?

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    #98550
    Brittany
    Participant

    Would it be possible to get the .step version of the files?

     

    #98552
    naz
    Participant

    positive pressure means?

     

    #98814
    Silivan M.
    Participant

    Hi, what kind of filter did you use or you can use?

    I’m thinking to take out a pice of an HEPA filter or some vacum dust bag material (0.3 um). Any other ideeas for a better filtering (ffp3 standard or N99).

    Thanx!!!

    #98839
    rana
    Participant

    made it from pla. Just dip in warm water and fit over face for the final fit. PLA glass transition temperature 60 degrees.

    #98842
    Silivan M.
    Participant

    I don’t think is very safe to breathe PLA like this. Be carefoul.

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