Bullis School Uses 3D Printers for Medical Masks, Face Shield Bands

Bullis School in Potomac is putting its 3D printers to good use during the coronavirus pandemic.

Two students and one teacher have been addressing the shortage of personal protective equipment by 3D printing masks and medical face shield bands.

MyMCMedia spoke to Bullis juniors, Ethan Till and Tyler Kuehl, as well as Bullis teacher, Matt Zigler, about the parallel projects:

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