Tamarack Uses 3D Printing To Make Respiratory Masks

Tamarack Aerospace Group , based in Sandpoint, Idaho, is repurposing its 3D printing capabilities to help its local community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s aerospace engineers have been 3D printing reusable protective respiratory masks. The masks, called “Montana Masks,” are based on a...

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