Good Karma Engineering

Designing and printing to improve lives

What we do

After seeing a simple YouTube video outlining 3D printing, our CEO saw the potential good that could come from it and learned how to 3D print. He started Good Karma Engineering with the goal of using 3D printing technology to improve lives while simultaneously increasing awareness and use of the technology in our everyday life. Our aim is to get as many people as possible to start 3D printing to improve lives. It requires no prior knowledge or experience! During the current state of this pandemic, we have turned our efforts to address the personal protective equipment (PPE) shortage. Countless numbers of healthcare workers have complained about not having enough PPE. Because of this, we have been using 3D printers to print and put together masks and face shields. Anyone can help, by either donating or printing themselves. We are currently trying to get as many people as possible to start 3D printing PPE for themselves and everyone in their community. The best part is, anyone can print! The whole process costs approximately $160. You simply just need to buy a printer, buy the materials, and put it all together. Most of our interns and staff are beginners at printing.Additionally, we are 3D printing and donating prosthesis to those who don’t have access to them in India. To make things even better, we are offering internships to those who decide to print on their own. The internship will teach you how to 3D print and build prosthetics arms and hands. To learn more and to get involved, hit the “Intern” link at the top. Please dont hesitate to ask any questions. You can contact us at goodkarmaengineering@gmail.com. Together, we can make a difference!

Donation to Eastern Suffolk BOCES Bus Agency
Donating to MacArthur Airport staff and Southwest Airlines crew
Donating 960 KN95 masks that were provided by GKE and partner Aizome Bedding (Company based in Germany)