White Label Face Shields

Face shields made at the think[box]

In response to PPE shortages during COVID-19, think[box] engineers worked with engineers at Penn State University and Nottingham Spirk to set up an emergency face shield manufacturing line. This product was initially based on a popular open-source design, but was heavily modified for manufacturing through large-scale processes like injection molding and die cutting. These parts are more easily sterilized than their 3D printed counterparts. Over 150,000 face shields were sold at cost to hospitals in need, and the designs are freely available on the project website.


Ian Charnas, icc@case.edu
Bill Rabbitt, brabbitt@nottinghamspirk.com
Jason Williams, jlw109@psu.edu

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