Local residents put 3D printers to use making mask extenders

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Local residents put 3D printers to use making mask extenders

April 23, 2020

George Horvath

Mask extender at Blair’s Market, hot off the 3D printer, Monday, April 20.

WORLAND – “I’ve got a 3D printer, and was just looking for ways to help,” and help Steve Radabaugh did. With N95 face masks and other materials used to protect against the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) in short supply in the Big Horn Basin and around the country, this help was needed.

Radabaugh’s wife Sarah, a Worland chiropractor, made the first request – for a comfort accessory to th…

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