Hull Central Library is the latest in a long list of places to lend its support in the battle against coronavirus.
The library’s Makerspace facility, which usually helps individuals, creatives and small organisations build and produce artwork and products, has lent its two 3D printers to the Univeristy of Hull to help support its production of face shields.
We’ve been allowed into the building this morning to sneak our 3D printers out and get them over to @_aurainnovation to be part of their amazing work producing face shields. pic.twitter.com/T8MMxfVxYi
— MakerspaceHull (@makerspacehull) April 9, 2020
The printers were taken to the Aura Innovation Centre at Hull University to be involved in the collaborative effort they are co-ordinating to produce face shields.