KXAN: Companies and Families Work to Produce Mass Quantities of Protective Masks

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Companies and individual families in Central Texas have been working tirelessly to produce mass quantities of protective masks and other tools to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Essentium, a 3D printing company announced this week that it has designed and is now producing a protective mask kit comprising a reusable 3D printed mask frame and filter. The first run of 500 masks will be delivered to the Pflugerville Police and Fire Department the second week of April, following an order from the City of Pflugerville’s Community Development Corporation. Thirty pilot units were already delivered to the Pflugerville Police Department.

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