A 3-D printer is being used by a Dunedin architecture firm to create protective gear for those on the frontline against Covid-19. Damien van Brandenburg, of Architecture Van Brandenburg, and his team are using their 3-D printer to make face masks and provide them to essential workers. Damien van Brandenburg, of Architecture Van Brandenburg, holds one of the masks he made on a 3-D printer, which would be given to essential workers, to help protect against Covid-19. Mr van Brandenburg said he had ordered about $4000 worth of print material before the lockdown and each mask would cost about $6 to make. He asked for anybody with a 3-D printer to contact him.
Source: Otago Daily Times March 31, 2020 22:18 UTC