Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and What We Offer
Ai Can Help is so much more than a product manufacturer.
We use the donations from our generous sponsors to be able to supply the PPEs to all those in need at no charge and keep this hub of exchange alive!Donate Now
Other PPE Requests
As we continue to receive specific requests we are working to find solutions. Our team on the ground in China is sourcing, auditing, and qualifying factories that we can collaborate with.
As we develop new products we will ensure they have third party testing and certifications when necessary and possible. We may begin to import other types of PPE such as scrubs, gloves, goggles, face masks, surgical masks, and protective suits based on the urgent requests we are receiving.
Please let us know your needs and check back to our site frequently to see new products we have approved.
If you would like any other equipment please describe your needs in as much detail as possible and we will do our best to find a solution.
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Origins of the Face Shield and Open Source Design
At the onset of the COVID-19 there were many wonderful PPE designs created and shared with the 3D printing community, there were a few face shield designs that stood out for their elegance, practicality and proactive organization, including Prusa’s model, SeeMeCNC, and 3DVerkstan. They were all really amazing, and after careful consideration, we decided to go with the 3DVerkstan due to its limited number of parts, easy separation of elements for exchange or recycling, and great function.
The original Design of this face shield was created by Erik Cederberg / 3DVerkstan and generously distributed open source for the whole community under the Creative Commons license CC-BY-SA.
Peter Solomon of Ai Can Help has thus reworked and improved the model according to feedback from the medical community to improve performance and designed for mass production and injection molding.
Among some of the improvements:
Extended distance from visor to forehead to accommodate goggles and larger respirators, closing off top more thoroughly to protect against falling liquids, added easier to attach and remove visor pins, adjusted visor for larger more complex coverage of the face, and increase the height for better structure while reducing the mass of plastic for better cost and ecological impact.
– If you want more info on 3DVerkstan, or to download their models please visit: 3dverkstan.se
– If you would like to download our model for 3D printing please visit: [need to put a link]
– If you would like a full production packet of designs and passage of know how to set up a similar production in your region, please contact Peter: email@example.com