Face Shield clinically reviewed by U.S Department of Veterans Affairs for hospital use. This protective face shield is composed of a 3D printed plastic head band with top cover to provide extra protection from aerosols and a clear PETG plastic front shield measuring approximately 8.5" x 11" (216mm x 282mm). The head band is secured in the rear with a piece of elastic cord. This item is not intended to replace conventional PPE.
This face shield design is based on work done by Timothy Prestero of https://www.designthatmatters.org/. The design exists in the public domain. We are manufacturing these face shields at a low margin to meet community demand for PPE (personal protective equipment).
Clinical review by the VA for hospital use can be verified here. If the the site is inaccessible you can view the cached version here or see a screenshot. The following files have also been made available by DtM regarding use and production of the face shield:
We're not here to get rich. We're here to help you stay alive. For your safety, only designs that have been clinically reviewed will ever appear on this site. And we will continue to operate at the lowest sustainable margins to ensure that our community has access to the protection they require.
We are committed to providing for those in our community who don't have the means to acquire equipment they need. To that end, we are donating 10,000 face shields to the efforts of TXRX as they work tirelessly to provide for the Houston community.
We are a manufacturer and supplier of custom silicone and Tyvek® wristbands. Our focus has always been to help people advocate for their causes in the community. When we saw that the need for PPE had out paced the production capacity we moved quickly to spin up our 3D printing efforts.