SLS Printed RAG Face Shield

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*This model sourced with permission from the NIH 3D print Exchange*Model ID 3DPX-013444Category Labware & DevicesDevice Use Safety and Personal Protective EquipmentKeyword(s) 3d printed, tested, SLS, Selective laser sintering, Nylon 12, PPE, face shieldThe following refers to: 3DPX-013444The FDA has authorized production of protective face shields outside of the normal clearance pathway during the COVID-19 pandemic, based on Part 5, section D of the “Enforcement Policy for Face Masks and Respirators During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff." This face shield has undergone review in a clinical setting and is recommended when fabricated as instructed. This is a Rapid Application Group design optimized for selective laser sintering (SLS). This will allow those with Selective Laser Sintering or MJP assets to have a clinical tested design for production. This was designed with a local consortium that Rapid Application Group lead with local healthcare professionals. Features:• Optimized design for selective laser sintering (SLS) or MJP using Nylon 12• Forehead coverage to ensure maximum protection• Multi use locking mechanism on the sides to secure the shield• Locking system allows for a wide variety of attaching straps. (ex. Buttonhole elastic, rubber bands, elastic bands)• Single side sticky foam can be sourced for comfort against the forehead• Flexible side straps allow for any size• Standard three-hole punch design for transparency attachment points Bill of Materials (BOM):• Selective laser sintered modified RAG Chase Shield V3.0.stl• Duraform PA12, EOS PA2200 – 33.3 % virgin material 33%• Multiple attaching material to secure the visor– standard rubber band, 550 cord, buttonhole elastic, standard elastic• Transparency sheet• Single sided foam that will provide more comfort against the foreheadAssembly Instructions:• Use a standard three-hole punch with transparency plastic• Attach the transparency to the face shield• Attach your choice of fastener to the rear of the face shield• Place the single sided foam to the head band area• Place the face shield on the rear portion of the head after attaching the fasting straps, pivot the shield from back to frontThis design was a collaboration of multiple players:• Chase Wichert – Design / Rapid Application Group• Terry Hill – Rapid Application Group• Jason Dickman – Rapid Application Group• Kelsey Southerland – Medical Professional• Dr. Hunter Southerland – Medical Professional• Dr. Ed Rylander – Medical Professional• Spring Morrow – Medical ProfessionalSegmentation Software 3D Systems Sprint Pro Majics3D Modeling/CAD Software NX Solid Works


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TDP Category Type Filename Size
General Instructions additional images.docx 57.48 KB
General Instructions SLS Rag.docx 20.37 KB
STL File RAG face shield rev 3_0.stl 8.88 MB
Blender-generated-x3d RAG face shield rev 3_0.stl60c0bbb1a273d.x3d 6.18 MB


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