How One Production Company Pivoted From Making a Movie to Making Face Masks | Hollywood Reporter

“What we are doing is not daunting,” says Jeremy Garelick, whose production company American High has partnered with Budmen Industries, a 3D printing manufacturer, to make protective face masks in New York. Jeremy Garelick was set to start filming on the eighth feature under his American High production banner in>>>

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How to make a DIY no-sew face mask with fabric and hair elastics

Now that experts suggest that wearing a mask or face covering is helpful against the coronavirus, folks are scrambling to make their own rather than tap into the supply of surgical face masks needed by essential workers. This easy face-mask tutorial from DIY blog Japanese Creations has gone viral, and>>>

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Malaysian 3D Printing Community Begins To Rush Out DIY Face Shields To Medical Frontliners | Lowyat.NET

A group of local 3D printing fanatics have unite as well as are currently functioning to create single-use face guard to be provided to the medical frontliners that are combating COVID-19 break out in Malaysia.Since the initiative started a couple of days earlier, the group have been enhancing their designs and>>>

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Apple is donating 9 million protective face masks to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, Business Insider – Business Insider Singapore

< img src=" https://static.businessinsider.sg/2020/03/03/587e66b1f10a9a6c008b8960.jpeg" course=" bi_image size-medium wp-image-1324316" alt=" Apple CEO Tim Cook." bisrc=" https://i.insider.com/587e66b1f10a9a6c008b8960" > caption Apple CEO Tim Chef. source< dd course=" image-source-value" id=" image-source-587e66b1f10a9a6c008b8960" > Getty/Stephen Lam Apple is giving away 9 million safety face masks to COVID-19 alleviation initiatives in the US, the Vice President Mike>>>

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Engineers Made a DIY Face Shield. Now, It’s Helping Doctors | WIRED

Early last week, Lennon Rodgers, director of the Engineering Design Innovation Lab at University of Wisconsin-Madison, got an urgent email from the university’s hospital. Could his lab make 1,000 face shields to protect staff testing and treating Covid-19 patients? The hospital’s usual suppliers were out of stock, due to the>>>

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