PaymentVision is producing and donating 3D Face Masks to help employees and local communities

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PaymentVision is producing 3D Face Masks to help employees and local communities. While PaymentVision employees are working from home, PaymentVision recognizes the risk from COVID-19 is great. PaymentVision started this weekend producing masks for our employees and will continue to produce face masks and donate to local hospitals in need.

PaymentVision begins production of 3D protective face masks

PaymentVision begins production of 3D protective face masks

"We are all in this together and look forward to helping flatten the curve. Our innovative team took the initiative and started producing the masks when they saw the opportunity," said Rob Pollin, CEO and Founder

PaymentVision is producing 3D Face Masks to help employees and local communities. While PaymentVision employees are working from home, PaymentVision recognizes the risk from COVID-19 is great. PaymentVision started this weekend producing masks for our employees and will continue to produce face masks and donate to local hospitals in need.

"We are all in this together and look forward to helping flatten the curve. Our innovative team took the initiative and started producing the masks when they saw the opportunity," said Rob Pollin, CEO and Founder

COVID-19 or Coronavirus has impacted people throughout the United States and all over the world. Due to the rapid spread of COVID-19, there has been a shortage of protective masks for healthcare workers and communities. Innovative employees at Autoscribe (Parent Company of PaymentVision) are making protective masks using a 3D printer.

The protective masks are being printed using 3D printing plans shared by Billings Clinic Foundation. To help prevent the further spread of COVID-19, masks are being distributed to PaymentVision employees and their family members. Extra protective masks will be donated to local hospitals in need. Keeping the community, employees and their families safe is important to our company.

Thanks to Billings Clinic Neurosurgeon and a local dentist; they developed the plans for printing these reusable masks. To learn more about the masks visit https://www.billingsclinic.com/foundation/.

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