Charles R. Goulding and Julia Wallace look at the possibilities of using 3D printed parts in clean room environments.
You can lose a great deal of expensive 3D printing powder due to limited recycling abilities. But now there may be a way to optimize additive manufacturing powder recycling.
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 reading more scary papers researching 3D printer emissions, I am baffled by the industry’s lack of response.