Mountain View students helping hospitals with 3D printed supply

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According to MV-Voice, “Nicholas Verzic and Robert Beliveau, both students at Khan Lab School in Mountain View, this was eye-opening to hear about health care professionals who were starting to make face shields out of cut-up bottles because they don’t have access to these supplies. When this COVID-19 outbreak became international news, I started seeing a lot of other people utilizing their 3D printers to help in some way, mobilizing them to print certain parts of the N95 masks and parts of face shields, like we’re doing now.”

Looking to help hospitals, local students turn to 3D printing

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