Simple. Scalable. Reusable.
Designed in collaboration with Michael Garron (Toronto East General) hospital, these 3D printed visors are great way to help every healthcare professional have basic protection.
- Simple: 3D printer friendly design
- Scalable: Fast prints, minimal assembly, easy to find parts
- Reusable: Disassemble, disinfect and reuse
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Please note: We make no claims about the performance or effectiveness of this design for any given PPE application. Use this design at your own risk/discretion. Files are provided for non-commercial purposes via CC BY-NC-SA license.
Visor Types & File Versions
|PP||For use with Page Protectors (PP) with oval holes at the top and bottom. Visor side hooks are wider for these oval holes.|
|3HP||*Michael Garron Version* For use with 3-Hole-Punched (3HP) transparent sheets. Visor hooks are all the same size for round holes.|
|Full||“Uncurled” visor for printers with large beds. Allows multiple visors to be printed at once.|
|Small||“Curled” visor for printers with small beds.|
|3 Hole Punched Transparent Sheets||ReproArt||Email: email@example.com|
8.5″ x 11″ pre-punched or
12″ x 12″ pre-punched *Michael Garron Size*
Suggested 3D Print Settings
- Units are in mm
- 100% infill
- PLA works well
- No supports, rafts or brim necessary
- 0.3 mm layer height (for faster printing)
- 100 mm/sec or higher print speed
- Don’t need to wait for the part to cool before removing, hold it in the desired shape for a few seconds after
- Use either/both the Full or Small versions to maximize your printer capacity
A special thank you to Budmen Industries for inspiring us with their original 3D printed visor design, Dr. Marcus Kargel, Dr. Ruth Lim, Dr. Jeff Powis, Mark Mulholland, Matt Brown, Greg Needel and Ruo Mu Guo for your knowledge, wisdom, and expertise.
Bot Camp is an educational robotics laboratory for students 10 and up, founded by FIRST Robotics Competition world champion Shawn T. Lim. We teach students how to design, build and program robots that play sports – coincidentally the same skills used when designing these visors. Like most of you, the COVID-19 situation has impacted Bot Camp, and our lab is currently closed. Our staff have kept busy trying to find various ways to help our community, including the design of this visor…
…but our day jobs are teaching kids how to do this kind of stuff!
Due to the closure of Bot Camp’s lab, we now offer 1:1 online tutoring in robotics, and several academic subjects.
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If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shawn T. Lim
Founder of Bot Camp
2013 FIRST Robotics Competition World Champion