Covid-19 has impacted our lives and livelihood. The only weapon we have is social distancing to reduce the transmission of the virus. We have learned the virus can survive on surfaces in the form of droplets for several hours and sometimes for a day. Mostly, the germs and viruses survive on the common door handle used at offices, pubs, clubs, restaurants and many public places. To fight against this unseen enemy, CAD Deziners has developed a 3D printed device that holds the door handle for a free opening to help prevent the coronavirus from spreading. The idea is to use the elbow rather than hand to open the door and reduce the risk of transmission.</br/>
We all use door handles regularly at several places like offices, public places, shared apartments, etc. One-touch of virus can transmit through you to your loved ones and especially our vulnerable community.
We stand behind our mission to build a better and COVID- safe environment for all Australians. Careful analysis by our risk prevention method advices us that, covered arms instead of bare hands can reduce the transmission rate, we can work together to fight against this invisible enemy. Let’s work together to stop the spread.
The model can be printed using Multi Jet fusion (MJF), Laser Sintering (SLS) or Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) technology. We have various designs of the door handle please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to get a quote. Please choose from the following design which is appropriate as per your door handle.