Enabling schools to fight COVID-19 with 3D printable respirator masks


Lesson plans that teach users how to make a 3D printable NIH-approved respirator mask, using readily available materials found at local hardware stores

pi-top, creators of computing devices that combine digital making, coding, and practical projects, today announced their partnership with Maker Mask. The collaboration comes as a result of both companies’ goal to give teachers, students and makers everywhere the ability to make a positive impact on their communities by 3D printing respirators for those in need.

Schools around the world use pi-top to teach core STEAM skills in coding, robotics and AI.
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