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3-D Masks Delivered to Local Healthcare Workers


One school is putting its new 3-D printer to good use.

According to the Liberty Local Schools’ Facebook page, students have been learning how to use their new 3-D printer technology to produce face masks and shields for nurses working on the frontlines. This is a great example of how students are using technology to help in the fight against COVID-19.

The students delivered the finished products and hand-written thank you notes to the medical staff at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Boardman this past week.


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