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Maker Depot educators print 3-D masks to aid coronavirus response (video)

"If we could 3-D-print a mask that you can replace the filters instead of having to replace the whole mask, then all you have to do is alcohol-swab it down once you put a new filter in it," Frank Cornachiulo, one of the nonprofit's co-founders and operators, told NJBIZ. "In other words, you do not have to throw away the masks."

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