Fox 7: Pflugerville Company 3D Prints Reusable Masks for the State

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Essentium CEO Blake Teipel explains he never imagined Essentium producing PPE for the State at the beginning of this year in response to COVID-19, but plans to continue producing reusable masks until they are no longer needed. The mask’s frame is made from a nylon material that is printed into shape.

Fox 7 interviews Essentium CEO Blake Teipel on-site at the production facility where the reusable masks are being 3D printed for the State.

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