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RIST3D is a group of 3D printing enthusiasts that first joined together during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our original goal was to 3D print, assemble, and donate medical visors and any other necessary PPE of which the United States had a grave shortage. Based on a successful grassroots campaign to provide healthcare facilities and the workers within them this essential PPE, RIST3D will remain dedicated to humanitarian work and continue to push forward, using technology to help those in need at whatever capacity we are able.
We are currently committed to donating 100% of the medical visors we produce. All of your donations go directly to cost of materials, distribution, and equipment maintenance.
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RIST3D IN THE NEWS
Ivan Potocnik, Toni DiPalma, Shawn Daley and Ryan Quigley are friends from upstate New York and Massachusetts with nine 3D printers between them, according to their group RIST 3D Printing’s website. They formed RIST 3D Printing in mid-March, DiPalma said. The crew produces more than 100 protective medical shields each day, according to Potocnik, who
-> Continue reading The Daily Star: 3D Printers Put To Use To Create PPE
Ivan Potocnik, lead programmer analyst for SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy, has turned his 3D-printing hobby into an effort to protect the safety of healthcare workers by manufacturing medical face shields. Along with three others, Potocnik produces a strapless visor for sanitary purposes by using an open-source model created by a Swedish designer… READ MORE
AllOtsego.com / The Freeman’s Journal : Samaritans Work ‘Round Clock To Fill Need – Desperate Callers Spur Fast-Tracking Of A Better Visor
Word quickly got out, and soon cold calls from across the state started coming in. “People have been so grateful, whether we give them five or 100,” he said. “It’s really indicative of the state of affairs.” Many times, he said, it’s a brother or sister of nurses or aides reaching out on their behalf. “The
-> Continue reading AllOtsego.com / The Freeman’s Journal : Samaritans Work ‘Round Clock To Fill Need – Desperate Callers Spur Fast-Tracking Of A Better Visor
Local volunteers are turning their 3D printing hobbies into volunteer production lines for medical face shields to donate to those working to stop the COVID-19 coronavirus… READ MORE