We wanted to develop a different kind of face mask; one that can be “printed” by anyone with a 3D-printer, anywhere.
The world's first see-through 3D printable mask enables lip reading and increases the warmth and effectiveness of communication for those who are hard of hearing and who rely on facial expressions to communicate.
Sturdy loops to handle repeated pulling.
Capable of being disinfected between uses.
Wide breathing port is angled down to minimize exposure.
Designed for comfortable extended use.
Filter media can be replaced without touching the inside of the mask.
Removable ﬁlter insert with self-locking bump-outs allows a wide variety of filter material to be used.
The quality of everyone’s mask will be slightly different depending on the print settings, the type of printer and the printing ﬁlament used.
Please note that many fused deposition modeling printers (FDM, the type that uses a spool of ﬁlament) are somewhat permeable.
We recommend sealing the mask to cover up any holes that may not be visible to the human eye.
Use a sealant that will fully dry and does not produce toxic fumes.
Always follow the instructions provided by the sealant’s manufacturer.