High Fashion 3D printed protective face masks
Brent Kraus, at Hillsborough County’s Entrepreneur Collaborative Center (ECC), owns Ella Bing Haberdashery in Hyde Park Village spoke about his business, and its new line of protective masks, at a 1 Million Cups session at the ECC in early April. 1 Million Cups is a nationwide initiative based on the idea that entrepreneurs discover solutions over a million cups of coffee. Hillsborough County’s chapter meets weekly — virtually, while the Safer-at-Home Order is in effect.
Tampa Bay area locals creating thousands of face shields for healthcare workers using 3D printers
Medical supplies needed for local hospitals, nursing centers
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