Father and son make 3D masks for frontline workers
It all started with a father-and-son team and two 3D printers as they made masks. Then, the community helped them out. They now have 17 printers to make dozens of masks daily. "When I realized a way that I could contribute, that I felt like I could contribute - that's when I got motivated," said AJ Apone, founder of the Mask Initiative. "These are the people who are out to protect us. So we felt like it was our duty to step up and help protect them." The father and son are creating many 3D masks for firefighters, health care workers and many more on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The duo is working directly out of their garage in Santa Clarita, California.
04.20.20 | 01:57 | CC