Josh Smith began to play around with the idea and got the rest of the engineering team involved. Raymond is manufacturing 2,000 of these face sheild kits, and will donate them to Hospitals in the Binghamton area, Norwich and even select nursing homes. The company has already distributed 1,000 of face shields. Raymond then fired up three of their 3D printers and, using 3D filament, began to print and assemble face shield kits. GREENE (WBNG) — The Raymond Corporation fired up a few of their 3D printers and have started to print face shields for health care workers and nursing home workers. The idea started from an Engineer Josh Smith, his mother, who is a nursing professor at SUNY Morrisville, asked if Raymond could print face shields for her. “We had 3 different printers we could fire up all at once, taking some simple spools of plastic 3D filament and producing these things, the actual mask itself the face shield part is food grade plastic sheeting, it ends up being a pretty simple thing, you can see what it looks like, its nothing complicated,” said Michael Field, the President and CEO of the Raymond Corporation.
Anyone with information is urged to call PBSO Dispatch 561-688-3400. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office found a 7-year-old boy riding his bicycle early Monday morning in the area of 10th Ave N and Congress Avenue in central Palm Beach County.PBSO is asking for the public’s help in finding the family of the boy.Help us find Brandon’s family. The 7 years old was found riding his bicycle in the area of 10th Ave N and Congress Ave, in #LakeWorth, early this morning. Anyone with information is urged to call PBSO Dispatch 561-688-3400. pic.twitter.com/zX6PGlEmGv— PBSO (@PBCountySheriff) December 23, 2019
Two-time Unified heavy weight champion, Anthony Joshua has questioned the credentials of Tyson Fury and says he hasn’t fought enough difficult matches to be called intimidating.Joshua and Fury are likely to face off next year in two blockbuster heavyweight showdowns after both sides agreed on the finances last month.He will next defend his IBF, WBA and WBO belts against Kubrat Pulev, while WBC champion Fury will fight Wilder again.But Joshua says Fury hasn’t been in the deep end long enough to be considered one of the generation’s best.“So what do people see in Fury that is so fearsome, intimidating, that he can’t be touched at the top level?“I take him as a serious challenger, of course. But resume? It’s taken him a long time to grow.“His fight with Wladimir Klitschko was his first real challenge and he overcame it, but it took him eight years to build his experience and confidence, he said in an interview with Sky sports.“Then he had two years out and fought Deontay Wilder.“He hasn’t been in the deep end for long enough to show me that he can swim there for a long time. You have to continually prove that you belong there. You don’t just come there once or twice.“For me as a fighter, that’s how you gain my respect.”