A self-employed engineer from Lincoln says he's made his 1,000th face mask for frontline NHS staff using a 3D printer.
Tim Cieslik is one of many who has responded to a national call to help the supply chain.
He's been using his son's 3D printer and is now making more than 100 masks a day. He is not charging anything and is delivering the masks himself.
By the weekend Mr Cieslik and others helping him are expected to have four 3D printers in production.
He says: "This is highlighting exactly how bad the problem is. It means we do have to make some difficult decisions and we can't always fulfil everyone's requests.
"However, we've just produced our 1,000th visor now and we just given another 100 to the hospital.
"We're just starting to be able to ramp-up production more and consider other places that can help," he added.