We outgrew our main building, and shifted operations to the hall of Covenant Presbyterian. We expanded assembly and delivery, and in talking with our hospital partners, we created new products for new problems. E.G. If you need to wear one face mask all day, comfort is safety.
I’ve read about other hospitals sending boxes of well meaning maker produced PPE straight to the trash. Maybe the items would have been acceptable after a STERRAD cycle, or a spraydown with 70% isopropyl alcohol. But maybe the designs would have allowed aerosols through crevices. Maybe a foam spacer would cover those crevices. But maybe that foam would be porous and harbor the virus. I don’t know. Work with your users.
We got a writeup in dot.LA