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What brings masks together? The material joining system (pictured) binds materials together through a rotary anvil and ultrasonic welding process and inserts nose wires into masks (photo credit: Ann Power).

Face mask project lead Ian Soutter (right) unloads equipment into the Canadian Mask Making (CMM) room on April 29, which will be the home of the new mask production line (photo credit: Ann Power).

Equipment and materials needed to produce face masks for Canadian health care workers arrived at GM’s Oshawa Operations on April 29 (photo credit: Ann Power).

An employee from GM’s Warren, Michigan facility (right) trains the Oshawa team on mask production (photo credit: Ann Power).

An employee from GM’s Warren, Michigan facility (right) trains the Oshawa team on mask production (photo credit: Ann Power).

An employee at Oshawa Operations preps the mask material joining system which binds the mask material together through a rotary anvil and ultrasonic welding process (photo credit: Ann Power).

Ian Soutter, mask project lead, displays the first training mask produced at GM’s Oshawa Operations (photo credit: Ann Power).