In lieu of limited access to Face Shields, Health Canada has provided the following guidelines that manufacturers should comply with. The standards outlined below are the minimum specifications that should be incorporated into the design and verification of face shields:
For more detailed description including any other specifications, refer to Health Canada's 3D printing and other manufacturing of personal protective equipment in response to COVID-19
Disclaimer: All these links have been provided for information purposes only. Please follow guidelines and regulations in your geographical area before using this information. For Canada, please check the standards and regulations listed here
This is a list of prototypes and specifications for personal protective equipment, medical equipment, and other resources that have been made available by universities, research facilities and companies to allow for anyone with 3D printing capacities to manufacture these devices.
Disclaimer: All these links have been provided for information purposes only. None of these specifications or designs have been verified, hence follow guidelines and check standards in your geographical area. For Canada, please check the standards and regulations listed here
3D Printed Prusa Face Shield
The Prusa Face Shield prototype is open source.
Georgia Tech Face Shield
The designs are open-sourced below and the plans made available for download
Bauer Face Shields
Includes are specs for the design of the Bauer face shields which are being made at Bauer’s research and development facility in Blainville, Quebec; and at Cascade/Maverik’s facility in Liverpool, New York.