Rayaan Grewal used computing and designing knowledge to create lighter and more durable shields
The job of COVID-warriors in Chandigarh has been made a little easier by a Class XI student who distributed around 200 3D printed face shields to frontline workers in the city.
Rayaan Grewal wanted to contribute to society using technology and started learning coding when he was in Class VIII. He undertook this project when he saw a policeman without a shield, and decided to put his knowledge about computers and designing to use by replacing the heavy face shields worn by COVID warriors with lighter and more durable ones. His face shields were designed through Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and printed using a 3-D printer.
Grewal hopes to deliver 500 such shields this year.
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