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    Cool Rog ppe

    Hi fellow ROG members! Fun story since I'm stuck in self isolation: I decided to use my 3d printer and the PETG I had saved for a seperate project to make PPE face shields for fellow doctors. However in this particular batch I ran out of Gunmetal Grey plastic and Had to switch to the ruby. As a result I'm getting a batch that's very ROG.

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    The sheilds are composed of 3d printed PETG, an elastic band and PVC binder covers that enable the wearer to see what they're doing while also working as a sneeze guard in conjunction with a P95 filtration mask and disposable surgical mask. This design is form the website.

    Thought It was "Gamery enough" for the ROG.

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