I was doing some exercise this am and was having a hell of a time breathing through the mask. I just discovered the 3d printing crowd has been making face mask “brackets”/“frames” and was curious if anyone has tried something like this on a glowforge yet or has an idea on how it could be done. I’m thinking something like this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4623214
I’m super new to glowforge but was toying with acrylic pieces at top and bottom? Moulding some acrylic with a heat gun?
I have something like that that I use with my mask, and yes, it works fabulously. I don’t think it would work with GF materials, however, because my piece that I use is super lightweight and flexible, neither of which are properties of acrylic or wood. Also, since this question isn’t really a “problem” or an issue you are trying to have GF address and fix, I will move this to the Everything Else category where you might get some more helpful comments.
I made a number of these for a nursing home. There is no bracket, just a foam band and rubber bands, but they work pretty well. I used thin acrylic (.02) from Johnson Plastics Plus. For a quick fix, I would buy one since they are available for consumers. The ones by WeatherTech look pretty good. Covid face shield design