Code4Kids president, Cody Sandahl, has a son who tends to chew on his cloth mask, so he modified a 3D printed surgical mask so he can no longer physically get the cloth mask into his mouth. Since creating this plastic mask, he has worn masks for therapy and in the community as needed with almost no fuss. Masking during COVID-19 went from major stress to no big deal! His school team asked for the plastic masks for some of the other special needs kids at the school, and they had similar success as well.
Code4Kids is dedicated to technical creativity and increasing knowledge, access, and inspiration for kids. We thought this 3D printed mask fit our mission beautifully during COVID-19, so we are offering these masks for FREE. Just fill out the order form below and we will be in touch with you about delivering your mask.
Due to the difficulty of shipping these masks, we are currently only offering them within driving distance of Littleton, Colorado. If you live outside our area and are interested in a bulk order for a school, hospital, or special needs camp, contact us directly.
These masks are payed for by grants and donations to Code4Kids. If you would like to make a donation to support this effort, please go to our giving page. For reference, it costs about $10 per mask.
Estimated production time for orders placed today: 1 week