How to telefabricate 41.700 protective visors for sanitary ware in 3 emergency weeks.
Donation: project funded through private donations and SMEs to the urgent need for sanitary protection elements and personnel in contact with the public.
Manufacturing Method: by injecting hot plastic matrix.
Production capacity : 4.000 – 4.200 units a day.
dates: material available and in constant distribution from the 30 of March.
Material: homopolymer polypropylene support for food use (Moplen HP500N); transparent plastic sheet: polyethylene PVC; and elastic textile use.
Shipments have been made to Andoain (Guipuzcoa), Villanueva de los Infantes (Real city), Bilbao, Aranjuez, Cabanillas del Campo (Guadalajara), Ourense, Terrace (Barcelona), Castellbell and Vilar (Barcelona), Cuenca, Girona, Real Village (Castellón), El Palmar (Murcia), Aviles (Asturias), Real city, Úbeda (Jaen), Manzanares (Real city), Alfambra (Teruel), Zamora y multitud de localidades de Toledo (through Toledo Civil Protection).
In Madrid and surroundings they have reached the Getafe Hospital, Hospital Fundación Instituto San José, El Escorial Hospital, Virgin of Health of Toledo, Princess Hospital, Santiago Rusiñol de Aranjuez residence, Sanitas la Zarzuela Hospital, Moncloa HLA Hospital, Buenos Aires health center, Tajo de Aranjuez Hospital, Nuevo Belén Hospital, Alcorcon Foundation University Hospital, Mostoles Hospital, The House of the Physio, Anna Residence, Infanta Elena Hospital, Ramón y Cajal Hospital, Ocaña Penitentiary Center, several residences of Ocaña (Thank you! Jose Miguel Sanchez), Villanueva de los Infantes medical center and residence, University Dental Clinic Alfonso X el Sabio University, Valdemoro Hospital, Psychiatric Hospital of Leganés, Alcorcón Residence, Madrid VII Prison Center…. and many more.
Civil Protection of Madrid has distributed 18.000 protective visors; they arrived at the IFEMA Hospital when they needed it most, and many nursing homes in Madrid.
Artenea3D, has received 3600 masks that he has assembled and delivered to dozens of hospitals and medical centers.
Alberto Alarcón, Cousins Alarcón, Javier Alzueta and the entire team of Utillajes Rodríguez, Carmen Artenea3D, Jaime Herránz, Juan Sebastián Alarcón, Emilio Alarcón, Nerea López García, Javier Mayoral, Yolanda Herranz, Leo, Ettalhaouy Hallioui Elmostafa, Francisco José Cepeda, Luis Coronado Maleno, Ayumi Nakai, Pablo Latrónico and Yely, Eladio Alarcón.
… and thank you many more who have helped in this beautiful project and especially to all hundreds of anonymous donors, without your contribution it would not have been possible
In this video, Carmen Martín Rubio 3D Artenea nos explica el proyecto de fabricación de máscaras para sanitarios con impresoras 3D.
In this video, You can see 3D printers trabajando a pleno rendimiento.
In this video, Alberto Alarcón García de Holedeck explains the project of making masks for sanitary injection molds.
In this video, Javier Alzueta de Utillajes Rodríguez We teach the process of manufacturing injection molds.
In the media
Entrevista a Javier Alzueta, Tooling Rodríguez, and Emilio Alarcón, the Curiosite, Direct Madrid by Telemadrid the program 1 April 2020.
Report on Public Mirror de Antena 3 of the 2 April 2020.