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3D Printing Efforts Update

Through the coordination of members across many firms, our AIA Dallas community has been able to alleviate some of the PPE shortages that healthcare workers face. We want to thank all of you; your contributions do not go unnoticed!

CRTKL – Dallas (Eduardo Castaneda, Assoc. AIA; Brendan O’Grady, AIA)

  • 280 Face Shields (3D Print) fully assembled
  • 50 Tension Release straps
  • 10 beneficiaries
    Texas Health Resources (Arlington), UT Southwestern, Methodist, Baylor, Children’s Hospital, Avero Diagnostics, Private Practice Clinic, HGR 58 IMSS (Guanajuato, Mexico), Stanford Health Care, Christus Health

BOKA Powell (Taylor DeVaney; Nick Kovach, AIA; Brooks Powell, Assoc. AIA)

  • 50 Face Shields (3D Print) Fully Assembled
  • 10 Tension Release Straps
  • 5 Beneficiaries
    Baylor University Medical Center Dallas; Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas; CHRISTUS Mother Frances Tyler; 2 Private Practice Clinics

ARCHITEXAS – Dallas (John Allender, AIA; Jungmin Kim, Assoc. AIA)

  • 5 Face Shields (3D Print); only main piece, need help assembling other pieces.
  • 100 Tension Release straps NIH approved (3D Print)
  • Need to arrange beneficiaries


  • 50 Face Shields (3D printed and fully assembled)
  • 75 Face Shields (3D printed part only)
  • 2 Beneficiaries
    Village Health Partners (Plano) & USC (Los Angeles, California)

Omniplan - Dallas (Raul Guerrero)

  • 50 Face Shields (3D Printed piece only)
  • Need to arrange beneficiaries


Can you use 3D printing tools to produce face shields and other equipment? If you are interested in helping our community, please fill out our survey and contact us at