Description:A snorkel with an inhaler mouthpiece and a mouth mask. It also have a strap to hold it on the user's face
Wants:It has to work for people with spasticity.
- AutoCAD (2012)
Additional InformationI have attached an example of the mouth mask and the inhaler mouthpiece. I would like the mouth mask to be a bit shallower than in the example. If possible, I would like to have the inhaler mouthpiece to be a little shorter too. I want to use silicone for the material.
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