Have a 3D Printer?
You can join the #MaskTheMask mission or print materials for your own office/hospital.
1. Head over to https://www.makethemasks.com/3d-printing for the latest 3D printed file.
2. Rubber Window Seal (purchased from local Home Depot, Lowe's, or Amazon)
4. Hot glue gun or super glue, scissors, and a flame (to seal the edges of your elastic). Tip: we use the back end of a narrow tool to really push the weather stripping into the nose area. Be sure to wear PPE while assembling the masks and maintain a sterile environment.
5. Click here to watch a video on how to assemble the weather stripping around the mask.