Make it Safe
Updated 04.10.20 at 19:20 PST
How-to fabricate hygienically
We have taken several steps to ensure a hygienic space while we’re making personal protective equipment and accepting donations. Watch Seattle Makers’ co-founder, Jeremy Hanson, describe checks and balances we’ve put in place. Which of these suggestions can you put into place where you’re fabricating?
Make your donations safe
4 Steps to a Safe Donation
IMPORTANT: For individuals or organizations 3D printing face shields, please see this site on how to do it safely.
Read the steps below or download our handy one-sheet complete with illustrations!
- Wear protective equipment. Wear a mask when you are around anything you may donate. Homemade masks are acceptable.
- Wash your hands. Wash your hands thoroughly before touching anything you may donate. Be mindful to not touch your face.
- Collect your items. Stick all items to be donated in a plastic bag. Close the plastic bag between fillings.
- Provide information. Seal the bag and label it with the following info:
- Date/Time of sealing the bag
- What items you are donating
- Quantity of items donated
How to safely receive donations
With sanitizing equipment in short supply, spraying donations with alcohol or bleach is not scale-able.
If you are receiving donations, we recommend, if time allows, not opening them until 3 days after they were sealed to limit the spread of COVID-19 in your facility.