Special Needs Students Donate Face Shields Made From Their School’s 3D Printers
The beeps and whistles stopped long enough for Amelia McGowan to realize exactly what was going wrong.
A paper jam … or in this case a filament jam.
For nine hours a day, there’s a 3D printer spitting out line after line in an effort to produce face shields for health care workers. It’s McGowan’s job to make sure the printer runs smoothly, but in the middle of this jam, production has slowed to a halt.