Look, no hands! Austrian man creates door opener with 3D printer to prevent spread of COVID-19

A 3D printing enthusiast has created a tool that can be used to open doors with no surface contact with hands during the COVID-19 pandemic. In footage captured on April 18, the pocket-sized tool is demonstrated where it opens the door's lock with ease then pulls on the handle. The creator said online: "In theory, you should not carry any germs into your pocket with this as the contaminated parts are stowed in the handle - assuming it is not dripping with filth."

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