Design and Manufacturability Data on Additively Manufactured Solutions for COVID-19

Published: 19 March 2021| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/j3hj76y3kr.3
Contributors:
Rohan Prabhu,
Jordan S. Masia,
Joseph T. Berthel,
Timothy W. Simpson

Description

This dataset consists of the design and manufacturability data for twenty-six engineering design solutions for the COVID-19 pandemic spanning three categories: (1) face masks (N = 12), (2) face shields (N = 6), and (3) hands-free door openers (N = 8). The designs were collected from open-source websites and were then simulated for their manufacturability using Ultimaker Cura software (https://ultimaker.com/software/ultimaker-cura). This dataset comprises (1) the STL files for the designs, (2) the simulated manufacturability data, and (3) images representing the orientation used in these manufacturability simulations.

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Institutions

Pennsylvania State University

Categories

Computer-Aided Design, Design Manufacturability, Personal Protective Equipment, Engineering Design, Three Dimensional Printing, Design for Additive Manufacture, COVID-19

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