Source: The Hindustan Times
While most of the children are spending leisure time by watching television and playing video games during this lockdown, a class 10 student of Delhi utilized his time to be productive and design a face shield with the help of 3D printer at his home.
Zareb Vardhan has transformed his study room into a face shield production room and made his snooker table a face shield holder.
Over 100 pieces of the face shield have been handed to Delhi Police Commissioner S N Shrivastav at his office on June 22 to help policemen keep COVID-19 infection.
“I got the idea to make face shields when I saw one day that a cop is arguing with people without a face shield. As per the health ministry’s guidelines, people should follow social distancing. But there was no social distancing at all. I thought about the policemen who are always on duty and interact with people a lot. So, I decided to produce 3D face shields for them and the needy people,” Zareb told to ANI.
Impressed with the efforts of the teenager, Shrivastava presented him a Commendation Letter and expressed his gratitude for providing 100 face shields for cops.
The teenager is also in the process of making an advanced N-95 mask and claimed that it will be cheaper than those available in the market.