A few weeks back Concordia University put out a call for help creating 3D printed face masks. On Thursday, April 23 the community answered the call.
Daniel Connolly Fifth grader Daniel Connolly is making a special delivery to Concordia University Thursday morning. “I’m dropping off 3D printed face masks,” said Daniel Connolly. David has a 3D printer at home and decided to put it to work. “I have several friends who are a doctor. My uncle is a doctor. I also thought it’d be a nice community service project,” said Connolly. Concordia University has been busy printing masks too. Once they had a design, they decided to share it. Mike Litman “The designs are freely available. There’s just a download link and we update that link whenever we get a new design,” said Mike Litman, Chair of Computer Science, Concordia University. What makes this mask different is […]
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