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Posted (edited) · Long Live Your Smile COVID-19 Mask redesign

I saw brianmichalk's post about printing the mask from Long Live Your Smile

link here : https://longliveyoursmile.com/3d-printable-mask-for-covid-19/

I downloaded the files they created and the idea and shape seem far superior to the N95 design that was released earlier.

However I did not like how they popped in the piece, since it seems to compromise the ability to seal off that part of the mask. I made a design change that incorporates the grid from the snap in piece into the mask itself. The snap in piece has been altered slightly as well. To assemble, place filter into mask and then snap piece in to lock filter in place. Getting ready to test print now but posting files in case anyone wants to try or to modify.  Stay safe!


Printing with following:

.6 nozzle

40 mm/s

no support needed

no raft/brim

100% infill

Cura estimating 4 hours 23 minutes using 7.51 meter (59 gram)

Mask.stl Mask Filter.stl

Edited by skinny-kid

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