Prusa Face Shields

Face Shields are also being requested by medical institutions. Unsure if DHMC or local hospitals have a need. Anyone aware?
Here is the open source design being used at other local makerspaces. Chatted with folks at MakeIt Labs today and they have offered CMS to be connected with their supply chain to acquire necessary supplies to make these.
More info on the project can be found here:

I’ve printed a couple tests of Prusa’s and another design (without the open gaps). Sent an email to see if there’s interest, but nothing yet. The maker space in southern NH is working with local medical folks/suppliers to see what can be done. I emailed them to be notified if there’s more I can do.

Here’s the other design. It doesn’t need the bottom stiffener and they have models that can use standard US paper punch for the holes:

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Hi Jerry

I just saw this on the UV listserve looking for Face Shields:

N95 Face Masks
Disposable Infectious Disease Safety Goggles
Disposable Infectious Disease Face Shields
Isolation Gowns
Hand Sanitizer
Computer Tablets with Built-in Camera

Please drop off donated items at:
West Central Behavioral Health
9 Hanover Street, Suite 2
Lebanon, NH 03766
9 – 4 pm, Mon – Fri
(behind Three Tomatoes Restaurant)

Please contact Sandy Orndorff by phone at 603-448-0126 email at: if you have any questions. (Or email message me directly at

Also, is anyone aware of a place to source the material for the laser cut parts of the face shields? Do they necessarily need to be laser cut, or could they be cut with blade?


Hi Brendan,

I’ve been in contact someone at DHMC and they’re checking with the safety experts on these type of printed shields.

Hi Jerry
I believe that Trevor at Revolve 3D in WRJ is also in touch with them and other local hospitals, he has printed the printable components of these when / if they need them.

Cool! All kinds of great 3d resources in our area.