Over 4,000 protective visors made at Loulé palace and delivered across Algarve

Over 4,000 protective visors have been made at Loulé’s Gama Lobos palace and delivered to institutions in need across the Algarve.

The visors are created using 3D printers as part of an initiative created by Arlindo Martins, a teacher at Loulé’s high school, and have been delivered to charities, health centres, fire stations, town halls and parish councils.

The location was provided by Loulé Council, which also purchased 3D printers as well as the items needed to make them.