Using 3D printers, Orange Chaos, the Brewer High School Robotics Team, has been mass producing the unique face mask holders for area healthcare providers and fire departments.

Everyone is now becoming very familiar with wearing a face mask, and your trip to the grocery store or your day in the ER all comes down to how it fits.  The Robotics Team at Brewer High School has been doing their part to make things better throughout the pandemic by producing face mask holders to keep the personal protection equipment snug and secure.

What a novel idea!  The two ear straps of the face mask attach to each end of the holder, holding the mask in place.  There are even different settings on on the holder so one can adjust the tension of the straps depending on the size of one's head.

And how much do we love the name Orange Chaos?  Very cool!

According to a Brewer High Facebook post, the Robotics Team's face mask holders are being used at the Maine Veterans Home, Northern Light Medical Transport, Northern Light Radiology, area Fire Departments, and local nursing homes.

Kudos to this great team for lending a giant hand!

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