I’ll register so you have my info. The woodworker’s association here in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada has a medical services contact that they are coordinating with to collect N95 masks, so I’ll let them and some of the local maker groups know what you are doing, if they haven’t already seen the Prusa info. A big challenge in all this is coordinating efforts so all those who want to help aren’t overwhelming the medical liasons.
More about the site setup. It seems very geared to people who have 3D printers and may also have a laser. I know Prusa is a 3D printing company so that’s where they are coming from. Right now, if you only have a laser and go to the “Cutter” section, you’re only getting the middle, no beginning or end. The “Before You Get Started” and “Important Notes” info in the 3D printer section is vital for the laser section as well, both to introduce laser users to the project and to emphasize required procedures. A link to the assembly instructions should be included so people get an overview of production and a sense of where they fit in. Lastly there should be an answer to the question “If I source the material and laser cut the shield, then what’s the next step?”
Oh, and I didn’t see anything about Glowforge settings on the site. Is “Please reach out on Slack if you need additional formats for your cutter” intended to cover that? I haven’t use Slack and have no idea how to find the right connection using it.
I hope this is helpful. Wouldn’t surprise me if some of it’s already being worked on but I wanted to point out the gaps that I saw. Again, thanks so much for posting this here, Takitus.