COVID-19 pandemic spread rapidly in Italy in early 2020, with over 200000 positive cases and more than 30000 deaths. Hospitals faced a shortage of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (C-PAP) mechanical ventilation masks. This non-invasive treatment offers essential support in the treatment of patients with respiratory difficulties, such as COVID-19 ones, and can potentially avoid their admission to intensive care. Through an airtight connection with patients’ airways, C-PAP devices create a constant positive pressure airflow while improving the patients breathing capacity. As a result, it is necessary to supply C-PAP devices, and this need led to the development of alternative solutions.