Maker Mask’s device received certification by the National Institutes of Health for COVID-19 response.

Source: As 3D printing of protective gear ramps up, a free mask designed in Seattle is the first of its kind to get federal approval | The Seattle Times

This is an actual certified device, not a random piece of cloth that merely resembles a medical face mask “as seen on TV”.

This is way better than the asinine recommendations of public health “officials” to use random bits of cloth.

Would you be willing to stand near a confirmed Covid-19 patient that is only wearing a non-standard, home made, ill fitting, unapproved, face mask made by a complete stranger whose skills you do not know?

That, literally, is what the CDC was directing you to do.

By EdwardM

3 thoughts on “This: First NIH approved 3D printed respirator mask”

Comments are closed.