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LARGE SCALE MANUFACTURING
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Hack The Pandemic was created to help with a problem that we saw an easy solution for, PPE shortages in hospitals. We realized that there are people sitting at home with 3D printers and aren't using them for anything. There was our solution, to utilize the unused printers to create much needed medical supplies.
We launched on March 23rd and since then, have grown to over 100 active makers and three distribution and logistics partners. We have benefited from the Larchmont-Mamaroneck STEM alliance's gracious support in being able to purchase parts and filament for our printers.
We are currently producing three different items, each requiring a different skill set. At this time we are producing 3D Printed Face Shields, Cloth Face Masks, and Acrylic Intubation Boxes.
Our 3D Printed Face Shields were designed as a quick response to an easily solvable problem we saw, lack of facial PPE in hospitals during the pandemic. These newly developed NIH approved shields are designed to be a one time use product but can be washed in a dilute bleach bath and reused.
Ear Savers are strain relief bands used to prevent a mask's ear loops from digging into the eats of the wearer. With multiple adjustment options, they also allow larger masks to be worn by smaller users.
Intubation boxes are a tool designed to be used by Anesthesiologists to protect them selves from bodily fluids while intubating a patient. The box can be set over a patients head and has glove holes to access the patient from behind. Produced on demand only
NEWS & UPDATES
FAIRFAX CO. TEEN USES 3D PRINTING TO HELP MEET THE DEMAND FOR PROTECTIVE GEAR
"Aashray Manchanda is a junior at Fairfax High School and he’s been working with 3D printing technology as part of a robotics club for years. Last month, he began looking for a way to make a difference during the pandemic."
16-YEAR-OLD BUILDS AN AMAZING NETWORK OF MAKERS TO 3-D PRINT MASKS FOR HOSPITALS
"Mamaroneck, New York high schooler Jerry Orans saw a need and put his friends (and their printers) to work. Join in!"
HACK THE PANDEMIC FEATURED ON WNBC
"Jerry Orans, a sophomore at Mamaroneck High School, is spearheading the #HackThePandemic movement in Westchester County by printing PPE for medical professionals and encouraging others to help. the NBC New York’s Ida Siegal reports."
COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS WITH LMCTV
"Hackthepandemic.org is organizing 3D printing, and distribution of masks for frontline medical workers, with the assistance of the Larchmont Mamaroneck STEM alliance. Join Maura Carlin as she talks to STEM President Margaret Kaufer and Mamaroneck High School Student and founder of Hackthepandemic.org, Jerry Orans."