EveryMask - America Makes Honorable Mention

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Category Labware & Devices
Device Use
Safety and Personal Protective Equipment
Keyword(s) face mask, 3D Printing, Plastic, COVID-19, America Makes, Fit-to-Face Challenge
This EveryMask design is being submitted to the NIH 3D Model Exchange after receiving an Honorable Mention in the America Makes Fit to Face challenge. Designers are Dr. Gregory W. Vogl and Dr. Kamel S. Saidi from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This novel design combines a 3D printed shell, filter square and retainer to produce a complete mask. The design utilizes two sizes (large and small) to cover a wide variety of face shapes and sizes.

The EveryMask is a reusable 3D-printed mask that accepts a square piece of almost every type of filter material and can be printed with almost every plastic on every 3D printer while forming a seal with almost every type of face. The face mask is composed of three 3D-printed parts (Shell, Square, and Retainer), FDA-approved foam, elastic strapping, and a filter square. Only the FDA-approved foam is touching the skin for long-term use; the 3D-printed parts do not touch the user’s face. Since the plastic material of the EveryMask is not in direct contact with the user’s skin, the 3D-printable parts may be made from most plastic materials. Also, the FDA-approved foam forms a proper seal to faces of various shapes and sizes; the EveryMask is a true respirator.

3D Modeling/CAD Software
Model Origin
Custom illustration/CAD

Printer Technology/Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Printer Make/Model
Any FDM printer should work
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Scale At Given Print Units
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Specific material
ABS to allow for Autoclave sterilization

Attribution Instructions
Designers of the EveryMask:

Gregory W. Vogl, Ph.D. (gvogl@nist.gov) and Kamel S. Saidi, Ph.D. (kamel.saidi@nist.gov) for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Engineering Laboratory.

*This model sourced with permission from the NIH 3D Print Exchange*


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TDP Category Type Filename Size
General Instructions application/pdf EveryMask - America Makes Submission Details - Revision B_1.pdf 410.88 KB
General Instructions application/pdf EveryMask - Instructions For Use - Revision B_0.pdf 2.52 MB
General Instructions images.docx 564.18 KB
STL File EveryMaskShellLarge_RevB_0.STL 5.89 MB
Blender-generated-x3d EveryMaskShellLarge_RevB_0.STL60f5d82f012df.x3d 4.24 MB
STL File EveryMaskShellSmall_RevB_0.STL 5.51 MB
STL File EveryMaskRetainerLarge_RevB_0.STL 1.14 MB
STL File EveryMaskRetainerSmall_RevB_0.STL 1.23 MB
STL File EveryMaskSquare_RevB_0.STL 735.82 KB


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