First Face Shield Printed

Update: My build notes at NIH:


I used a custom cut mirror starting from 12×12 from Home Depot as the printing surface, and Simplify3d software to generate the gcode file, which set the nozzle to 210 and the bed to 60 on an Ender 3 Pro printer. Ask me if you need any help to replicate this. A second shield is printing now.

Mirror for bed:

Shopping List for face shield components beyond the 3d printed part:

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