St. Louis engineer Josh Biro found a 3-D face shield design so he could print masks for his healthcare working girlfriend and her co-workers. His company, NIDEC, stepped up to let Biro use equipment and supplies so he could assemble the masks. The goal is to donate 1,000.

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