AJAC Apprentice Uses Training to Help Frontline Healthcare Workers
Nathan Hall, a Tool & Die Maker Apprentice at SEA-LECT Plastics in Everett, Washington was tasked to help combat the spread of COVID-19 by creating a custom injection molded face mask for front-line healthcare workers in Washington State.
The face mask, or commonly known as the Montana Mask, was a collaborative project between different manufactures who came together and leveraged their individual manufacturing capabilities to mass produce face masks.
Nathan, who is in his fourth year of the apprenticeship, worked with his mentor Rob and engineering department to create a custom mold for two different sized face masks in one week. A challenge that Nathan took head on.
To purchase a Montana Mask, please visit: https://sealectplastics.com/montana-mask/.
AJAC, May 15, 2020
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