This is my take on a strap for face masks. The part is made by printing a set, and then connecting with any filament which will also set its width. This reduces the filament needed for a single print
to make face masks less painful to wear for medical workers treating coronavirus patients.
Small bars on either side of the plastic buckle hold the elastic taut behind the mask-wearer's head, so that it doesn't put painful pressure on their ears.
Face masks are a key part of protecting front line medical workers from contracting coronavirus, but wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for an extended period of time can be very uncomfortable for the wearer
This simple model has been redesigned by: Amjad Saeed Abdul Latif
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