LAST UPDATED: 26 APRIL 2020 AT 10:15 PDT PPE FACE SHIELDS DELIVERED: 740 NEED DONATIONS OR PURCHASES IN OUR SHOP TO MAINTAIN PRODUCTION RATES. PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN. FOR EVERY $100 SPENT = 1 FACE SHIELD DONATED. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT DELIVERED – PREDOMINANTLY FACE SHIELDS / FACE SHIELD VISOR COMPONENTS. 21 1.0 Days TOTAL DELIVERED: 740 # Order Date Ship Date Lead Time (Days) Order # USER (Hospital) Zip Code DESIGNER DESIGN Product FABRICATOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER FUNDING SOURCE Total Delivered 21 4/24/2020 4/27/2020 3 RCK Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 – VISOR ONLY PPE – VISOR ONLY – DTM NIH SUPPORTED (AM) You3Dit Inc You3Dit Inc RCK 0 20 4/18/2020 4/26/2020 8 1061 KP Concord Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 PPE – VISOR WITH DISPOSABLE SHIELDS – DTM NIH SUPPORTED (AM) You3Dit Inc You3Dit Inc CSC 0 19 4/18/2020 4/26/2020 8 1059 KP Walnut Creek Design That Matters Face Shield – v3 PPE –
No one likes to be in a hospital, no one. However, Joan–amidst the pain of her surgery–made the most of her unfortunate situation and came up with this brilliant idea for hospital beds–a cable routing tool! Her request (written from her hospital bed using her smartphone) was: Subject: “Invention Need” Body: “Using a Styrofoam cup to manage my IV lines over the bed rail. There MUST be a better way!” Photo Attachment: (see image to the right) While Joan and husband were particularly clever to MacGyver the Styrofoam cup as a temporary solution, there was still a clear need for something better. Thus, You3Dit and its community accepted the design / print challenge…people jumped at the opportunity to help. Enrique–a You3Dit designer–came first to the rescue and had a series of designs that could potentially improve Joan’s cable situation. We were initially a little concerned with the curved bar not being universal enough so we had Enrique propose some alternative
Well that’s at least our goal with one Maker in our community. Amine–a San Francisco Resident–would like to quit smoking. But as anyone who’s ever tried to kick the habit knows, it’s not easy and for many reasons. One of which is the standard pack of smokes has 20 cigarettes–always begging to be smoked when the urge hits. Well, what if you’re brilliant like our Maker Amine and said, “wait, what if I could make a pack of cigarettes that only holds 15 cigarettes, then 10, and then 8, and then 5…and finally 1 or 2?” If the smoker only has access to a few cigarettes when they’re trying to quit, the assumption is that they’ll be able to kick the craving and NOT fall weak to the temptation–because the cigarettes won’t be in their possession. Currently, we’re still in the design phases but we’re looking for 3D printers who would be interested in helping us bring Amine’s idea to life.