'Since the COVID-19 pandemic has made Personal Protective Equipment
worth it's weight in gold, Makers have been trying to help bridge the
gap. While sewn masks have been the most common solution, the 3D
printing community has been pitching in as well. The Montana Mask has
been one of the most popular designs...
Thursday, the group Make the Masks announced that the design files and
STLs to print the mask have been released under the GNU General Public
License v3, allowing anyone to print, sell, remix or improve the
design, as long as they conform to the license. Importantly, the GPLv3
includes an international non-exclusive patent grant, meaning that
even if the inventors decide to apply for a patent, it will not
restrict anyone from using the design.'
-- source: https://science.slashdot.org/story/20/05/09/1859238
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