Class 10 student makes face shields for Delhi police

Schools cross the country have been shut down due to the pandemic. A Delhi student has used this time to make face shields for the police.

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Face shields protect police personnel from getting infected by coronavirus while interacting with people. Zareb Vardhan, a class 10 student, has designed the protective equipment using 3D printers.

He purchased the 3D printer with his pocket money. His study room was transformed into a face shield production area. He says that over 10 such face shields can be made in one day using the machine.

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100 face shields were donated to Delhi Police Commissioner S N Shrivastav. Shrivastav presented a Commendation Letter and expressed his gratitude to the student.

Zareb is also in the process of making an advanced N-95 mask.

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