Students at Charlotte Latin School raise money to 3D-print needed medical gear

Students at Charlotte Latin School raise money to 3D-print needed medical gear
(WSOC)

CHARLOTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Latin School is trying to help with the nationwide shortage of medical gear.

Engineering teachers and students at the school are raising money to 3D-print face shields for nurses and doctors who are treating patients with the coronavirus.

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The school’s Fab Lab academy designed its own face shield that can be 3D-printed on-site.

It launched a GoFundMe to help with the project. It said $10 can buy two reusable shields.