Face masks were the first thing we started printing. We were founded right after the pandemic struck, so we immediately turned our attention to how we could aid in the PPE shortages. We partnered with a company in Germany, Aizome Bedding, and together we raised money to buy and donate 960 KN95 masks to John T. Mather Hospital and Long Island Community Hospital. Then, we began 3D printing reusable facemasks designed by Dr. Chris Wiles. We have donated reusable face masks to organizations such as airports, police stations, and bus agencies. We have interns all across the nation printing and donating to local organizations in need. If you wish to get involved, check out the intern tab!
Recently, we have been focusing more on face shields. Hospitals across the country continue to use and need shields. With schools reopening, cases my rise. Therefore hospitals will need as many shields as they can get! These shields were designed by another printing company in Europe, and many across the globe have printed and donated them to hospitals. To learn more about how to print them, check out the intern tab!
We were inspired after learning about what the Jaipur Foot (BMVSS) does in India. They create prosthetic legs and feet for the Indian public for free. We were founded with the goal to help them and others, so we immediately began researching 3D printing prosthetic hands and arms. We are pleased to announce that we will be sending over hands and arms to those in need in India! This hand was assembled by our CEO Rohan Singh, and the videos of it can be found on our youtube chanel! (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU3GGivdPcTFD5dGmlfZzSQ/videos)This is also part of our internship program, so if you wish to get involved and learn how to print a prosthetic hand check out the intern tab!
D. R. Mehta (CEO/Founder of BMVSS) has told us that they are in need of arms more than anything else. Because of this, we are prioritizing getting as many arms as we can to those in need in India. his is also part of our internship program, so if you wish to get involved and learn how to print a prosthetic hand check out the intern tab!