BOFA has deployed a way to 3D print fume extraction connectors for 3D printers.
Researchers from Chemical Insights and Prusa Research have published reports on 3D printer safety that should be standard reading for all participants.
Nano Dimension announced a partnership with XPTL to develop a new conductive ink for their systems that is based on nanoparticles.
3D printing is thought to be a relatively safe activity, but is it really?
New research has shown a method to rapidly produce crystalline objects at the nano scale.
MakerBot announced “Clean Air”, a smart filtration accessory for their METHOD X 3D printers.
A new startup is marketing an enclosure kit for small desktop 3D printers, including the popular Prusa models.
Cellulose fibres and biodegradable nanoparticles were combined by researchers at ETH Zurich to produce a gel that could pave the path for personalized biomaterial implants.
I’ve been on a bit of a quest to find some truly safe 3D printer resin, and I’m not sure there’s actually such a product.
Did you know there are increased levels of 3D printer emissions even at trade shows? We found a measurement to prove this happens.
When Xjet first developed their nanoparticle jetting (NPJ) process, they didn’t realize it would split into two different styles. We found out why.
Need a safety enclosure for your 3D printer? Don’t even know why? Find out more with our look at the Kora SC-01 Safety Cabinet.
3D printers emit VOCs — volatile organic compounds. Do you need a sensor to detect them? We examine a proposed DIY solution.
Could liquid 3D printed machines exist? It turns out this is possible due to ferric nanoparticle droplets as discovered by Berkeley Lab researchers.
A new report about 3D printing safety has been issued by the UK’s Health and Safety Executive.
I’m quite impressed with Rize’s approach to dealing with 3D printer emissions, and it’s not anything you might expect.
It’s been known for several years that desktop 3D printers, and presumably any extrusion 3D printer operating in an open environment, can be potentially dangerous.
After publishing our rant about the increasingly important lack of attention paid to safety in 3D printing, we received an interesting tip.
After reading more scary papers researching 3D printer emissions, I am baffled by the industry’s lack of response.