Updated to reflect handover of logistics to Awyr Lâs - BCUHB’s charity arm.
The visor designs Awyr Lâs/BCUHB can currently accept for redistribution are:
- The 3D Printed Prusa RC3 in PETG (preferred) or PLA (if no PETG is available).
- The Laser cut Kitronik (aka Smoke and Mirrors/Nottingham Hackspace) in Polyurethane.
At the moment the 3D Printed 3DVerkstan which was previously being accepted by M-SParc is not approved by BCUHB. Approval is being sought though for a 10mm modified version to comply with EN166. If you have any thinner than 10mm 3DVerkstan left M-SParc are still accepting these at the moment.
Files for the approved designs are available here:
It is very important that the Awyr Las/BCUHB Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) are followed closely both when producing the prints and when fully assembling the visors. Please read this document carefully before you start:
You will also need to register an offer of support during Covid-19 with Awyr Lâs:
Further and more detailed information about the approved visor designs is available here:
- 3D PRINTED FACE SHIELDS FOR MEDICS AND PROFESSIONALS information site.
- Prusa Face Shield
- Prusa Face Shield - Stack ver.
- Prusa Face Shield disinfection
- Prusa Face Shield FAQ
Kitronik (aka Smoke and Mirrors)
- Kitronik Blog Post
- Smoke and Mirrors - Covid 19 laser cut face shield
- Nottingham Hackspace - Laser Cut COVID-19 PPE Wiki Page
- Github Repository
There are a number of other forum topics that contain more detail on hints on production:
Sourcing materials and equipment:
Delivery, collection and preparation of the prints:
For reference the information about the previously accepted 3DVertkstan: