temp visor


 
 

Erik Cederberg from 3DVerkstan created an open source file design for a simplified face shield to protect medical teams on the front line against COVID-19. In response to the acute and escalating need for this scare life-saving equipment, BIG joins the effort by mobilizing 3D printing and modelmaking capabilities to efficiently produce 50-units within 24 hour cycles per printer. By adapting and optimizing the open source file for high volume print production, we have successfully updated this to a stacked version that is able to print nearly 5,000 masks a week in-house. We encourage all to tinker and further optimize this process, so we are making the print files accessible to all. We invite you to check out the files below, print the BIG stacks and join us in equipping our medical forces as efficiently as possible.
 
We have generated ‘plug and play’ G-Code for dual extrusion Ultimaker printers (for PLA with Ultimaker Breakaway support only) below. We are also offering our Cura files as well as the original .stl for all other printer makes. These files are available below for both the North American and European design so you can simply select the exact file needed for your printer and click start. Note that work is ongoing for a single extrusion stack design and G-Code for single extrusion PLA ‘plug and play’, which will be made available when we have a stable and reliable solution.
 
For more information, assembly, guides, and contacts for material donation in the New York area, please check out the central hub for Operation PPE in New York: https://www.sabinlab.com/operation-ppe
 

 

 

Note: All files provided are setup for a 24 hr build time

 

NORTH AMERICA FOR ULTIMAKERS USING 0.40MM EXTRUDERS

3
G-CODE
CURA
3 Extended
G-CODE
CURA
S3
G-CODE
CURA
S5
G-CODE
CURA


 

NORTH AMERICA FOR ULTIMAKERS USING 0.80MM EXTRUDERS***

3
G-CODE
CURA
3 Extended
G-CODE
CURA
S3
G-CODE
CURA
S5
G-CODE
CURA


 

EUROPE FOR ULTIMAKERS USING 0.40MM EXTRUDERS

3
G-CODE
CURA
3 Extended
G-CODE
CURA
S3
G-CODE
CURA
S5
G-CODE
CURA


 

EUROPE FOR ULTIMAKERS USING 0.80MM EXTRUDERS***

3
G-CODE
CURA
3 Extended
G-CODE
CURA
S3
G-CODE
CURA
S5
G-CODE
CURA


 

.STL FILES FOR ALL OTHER DUAL EXTRUDER PRINTERS
 

Open Souce
NORTH AMERICA .STL BUNDLE
EUROPE .STL BUNDLE

(each bundle is three different size stacks – 12, 36, 50)

 

 

.STL FILES FOR SINGLE EXTRUSION PRINTERS
Coming soon
 

 

***When loading the breakaway material for the 0.80MM extruder, select “Generic PLA” on your printer, NOT Ultimaker breakaway. If using the RFID spool holder, either disconnect or load the material with the spool away from the holder so it does not auto-detect.

All files generated with Cura 4.5.

 

 
 

 

Lastly, show us your prints by tagging #BIGSTACK and @big_builds, and help us share the files with the larger printing community worldwide!

 

 
 

 

 

BIG Architecture DPC (“BIG”) does not accept any responsibility or liability for whether printed objects produced by these program files are suitable or can be used for the intended purpose, and BIG does not make any representations, warranties, or guarantees, including implied warranties of merchantability as to the fitness, usability, or suitability of the printed objects. BIG shall not be liable for any damage, injury, or death to any person, including third-parties, incurred as a result of printing design and/or the use of the printed parts. All relevant factors and situation-specific elements (including in relation to third parties) must be taken into account and complied with by the User – the medical institution and/or professional accepting and using the design or the printed part. BIG emphasizes that parts printed under this program only serve to relieve acute shortages and should be replaced by original parts as soon as those become available again. By using the program files to produce printed objects, the User unconditionally accepts these terms.

 

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