In light of the ongoing coronavirus crisis,  adidas has teamed up with Carbon, to produce 3D-printed face shields. More than 18,000 face shields are currently being manufactured per week at Carbon’s facilities in California.

Originally used to create high-performance, 3D-printed footwear, the duo has utilized Carbon’s 3D-printed lattice structures to construct the innovative model. This procedure reduces material usage, speeds up print times, enhances the product’s performance and provides comfort for the user.

According to a press release, the face shields will be donated to “U.S. healthcare organizations, first responders and underserved communities that have the greatest need and don’t have access to adequate supply.

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