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My Group

by 3D_printing_master

Hey guys,

I just wanted to share my group here: https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/robotics-electronics

Hope you like it!

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RYOBI forum

by tmseth


today I started new group on forum about RYOBI tools.
I'm looking for people who are willing to join and want to add own parts to RYOBI model-separated forum.

Currently I add only my parts which I know are compatible with my tools.
If any one wants to do it the same, then please check for model of RYOBI tool first and if subform not exist - I can create it.

Forum URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/ryobi-tools

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Disposable stethoscope adapter (COVID19)

by ruarri

Looking for interactions on this part which is intended to work with iPhone and iStethoscope for telemedicine. Use of a personal stethoscope helps minimize physical contact between healthcare workers and infected patients.


Cellphone stethoscope
by ruarri
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3M (for example 6200) Face mask *MODEL searched*

by SimonFranz5


i would like to design a 3d printable face mak wich is compartible with a 3M mask , but I actually need a 3D Model for that.
So if anyone has a 3D model of it please send it to simon3d@franzspeck.de !

Best regards and stay healthy,


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Silicone N95 mask Molds

by Geaks_Gone_Wild

I had an Idea that would take me too long to complete with my novice design skills haha....so im here to see if any one else would be up for the challenge?

With Covid-19 virus going on people are short on face masks. If some one could replicate a N95 mask to make a mold so that they could be made with silicone I'd think that could help. Silicone masks can be reused since they can be sterilized a number of ways and it would fit snug to a human face. a simple hole/adapter in the middle of the mask could allow for adapting a filter to the mask very simply. silicone is also cheap and fast to produce with.

As far as filters go I'm not a medical professional so I don't know all the technical details on filters. I do know Tyvek is really really cheap (and free at post offices) and tyvek stops molecular bacteria from passing thru while letting air passage. I don't know if Tyvek will stop a virus from passing, this is some thing else some one else would have to speak up on but if it was to work it would be a very effective and cheap filter to make an adapt to a silicone face mask.

Coronavirus_Face_Mask COVID19 face_mask gas_mask medical_face_mask respirator
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