AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG)- 3D printing has become an invaluable tool for dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.

Georgia Cyber Center, also right here in Augusta, is finalizing its plans to make and distribute 3D printed face masks for healthcare workers.

The Cyber Center is working with the to come up with solutions to help with the N95 mask shortage.

The is a group known for using technology as a form of creative expression. “If everybody around us isn’t healthy, then we can’t even fulfill our mission. So, if we’re able to use our expertise as an organization and help use our communities to help solve these problems this is a good way to support innovation,” president, Eric Parker said.

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