IC3D Budmen Face Shield

Model Description

Model ID 3DPX-013309Category Labware & DevicesKeyword(s) face shield, PPE, 3D PrintingThe following refers to: 3DPX-013309The FDA has authorized production of protective face shields outside of the normal clearance pathway during the COVID-19 pandemic, based on Part 5, section D of the “Enforcement Policy for Face Masks and Respirators During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff." This face shield has undergone review in a clinical setting and is recommended when fabricated as instructed. The IC3D Budmen Face Shield is designed as a quick and low-cost method to 3D print the bracket securing a clear face shield to the wearer via an elastic strap. Features:Fully covered top to prevent droplets falling onto the eyesSpacing off of the wearer's face to accomodate large gogglesLarge strap holes to allow for maximum flexibility of sourcing elastic bandsFoam cushion for comfort and to prevent slippage (a towel can also be taped to the "bill")Designed so that 4 sets can nest on an 11x11" (280x280mm) build plate (such as Taz 6 / Workhorse) to maximize off-hours printingPrinter Technology/Material Material ExtrusionPrinter-specific Build Instructions Specific material IC3D PETGNumber of prints per build 4Build time 4 hr 3 minPre- and Postprocessing Instructions Bill of materials:1x 3D Printed IC3D Budmen Face Shield V1 (bracket)2x 3D Printed Strap Locks18" Elastic Band (1/2" wide works well)9" Foam Pad, any closed-cell foam safe for skin contact works (Weatherstrip or towel works for makeshift)9x12" Clear PETG Sheet (Shield), thickness range 0.010" to 0.030" works wellCut / drill holes using the DXF template printed at 100% scaleAcetate sheets also workInstructions:Loop each end of the elastic band through the middle holes of each strap lock (leave about 2")Thread each end into the holes of the Face Shield BracketLoop each end of the elastic band through the outer holes of each strap lock to create the adjustment featureAttached foam pad via adhesive backingContact cement works well if neededAttached Shield using the middle holes first on the Face Shield BracketSlip the edge of the Shield into the slot on the Bracket, then secure outer holeRepeat for the other sideNotes:There is not really an "upside down." Both orientations of the Bracket work, however one way gives more clearance for large goggles.PETG is a good choice. PLA can cause the strap lock and attachment points to be too brittle. Attribution Instructions This model is attributed to IC3D, Inc. and Budmen Industries.https://ic3dprinters.com/https://budmen.com/Reviewer Notes The following refers to: 3DPX-013309The FDA has authorized production of protective face shields outside of the normal clearance pathway during the COVID-19 pandemic, based on Part 5, section D of the “Enforcement Policy for Face Masks and Respirators During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff." This face shield has undergone review in a clinical setting and is recommended when fabricated as instructed.*These models sourced with permission from the NIH 3D Print Exchange*

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General Instructions application/pdf IC3D Budmen Face Shield.pdf 279.27 KB
General Instructions application/pdf IFU_ Face Shield CVHCS.pdf 140.33 KB
General Instructions application/pdf QC_Face_Shield CVHCS.pdf 526.18 KB
General Instructions application/pdf Supplemental Images.pdf 66.65 KB
Native CAD IC3D Polysheet V2_19.64_0.dxf 82.10 KB
STL File IC3D Budmen Face Shield V1_2.stl 312.39 KB
Blender-generated-x3d IC3D Budmen Face Shield V1_2.stl60be88a4d19cd.x3d 202.58 KB
STL File strap-lock_2.stl 70.20 KB

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Part Information

Additional Owner's Names

jsaly

AMCPR Type

designPackage

Model Number

3DPX-013309

Review Process

simple

Public

Yes
2021-06-07T20:56:58

Materials

Polymer

AM Process

Material Extrusion

Quality Standards

Submission Path

production

Assembly Required

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