Shaw 3D Printing Face Shields for Area Medical Community

Dalton, GA, April 8, 2020-Shaw is using its Makerspace as a production studio to make face shields with 3D printers, reports the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Last week, the company produced 1,500 masks, which it donated to Hamilton Medical Center in Dalton, Georgia;  AdventHealth Gordon in Calhoun, Georgia; and nine Life Care facilities in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area.

In addition, ShawChem, a Shaw Industries chemistry lab, is making its own U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-approved hand sanitizer along with other disinfectant cleaning supplies to support health among the company’s associates. 

And, as we reported here, Mohawk has teamed up with Fabric Sources International to produce of medical isolation gowns and protective face shields.