Feel good 3d printed mask. According to By Jon Kelvey Carroll county times, Lars Nolen is a chef by trade he told to the Carroll county times, “I am not one to sit around and watch the world burn. I had to figure out something to do,” he said. “I was going to get into 3D printing anyway, so I got myself a printer. I have a bunch of buddies who are paramedics and nurses, and they were complaining about the masks with the ear loops. After prolonged wearing of them, there is a bad irritation that develops that can lead to bleeding and things like that. It’s very uncomfortable.”
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