There are two and a bit approaches to the Clear Visor for the Face Shields .
- Laser Cut from clear sheet.
- Hole punched from A4 clear sheets from your stationery store.
- Jig & Drill for A4 sheets and manual cut shields. (The bit as a variation on the previous two)
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The link for the current DXF files for your laser cutter are here: DXF Files
Hole Punched A4 Sheets:
A4 Clear Plastic Cover Solution
You can make plastic visors for the headband using A4 clear binding cover sheets and an office hole punch. The two outer pins are actually at exactly the right distance of the two holes made by an office hole punch.
- Standard 2 hole punch
- A4 Card for template
- Wipe off marker, whiteboard or wine glass marker (wine glass market in the video)
- Take an A4 clear sheet in landscape, sources here Sourcing Clear Plastic
- Mark the middle.
- Mark off 7cm either side of that as a central marker for the hole punch.
- Then punch two sets of holes.
- One thing not covered in the video is the need to trim off the corners on the bottom once finished, they can be sharp and quite pokey...
- You're Done!
- Measurements correct.
- Drawing not to scale.
In seconds you can stamp out a box full or visors to fit the headband.
The images and video for this can be found here: A4 Sheet
Jig & Drill:
The jig is for putting holes in visors for people making them by hand and has a drill handy.
This one will do 5-6 at a time.
The STL file for the jig is here: Shield Jig
Thanks Sean Rasmussen
Attaching the Visor
Head over to this video of Matt exhibiting excellent thumb strength attaching the visor to complete the Face Shield