Using 3D printing to produce PPE equipment on campus

Using 3D printing to produce PPE equipment on campus

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According to Savannah State University professors’ Nicholas Silberg and Theo Plothe, Ph.D., “use 3D printing to produce PPE equipment for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Each mask takes about four hours to print, though multiple masks. The SSU MakerSpace is effective and always busy, unfortunately, we don’t have enough

machines to print at scale as we’d like. If you have a 3D printer and would like to volunteer to produce masks, contact Plothe at plothet@savannahstate.edu, 912-358-3362, or Silberg at silbergn@savannahstate.edu, 912-358-3335. “

 

 

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