This week’s question relates to some mats we used in a prior story.
Researchers from Chemical Insights and Prusa Research have published reports on 3D printer safety that should be standard reading for all participants.
I’ve become aware of at least one provider of apparently non-toxic 3D printer resins.
A new paper identifies a more inexpensive method of producing photoinitiators.
3D printing is thought to be a relatively safe activity, but is it really?
Resin 3D printing isn’t nearly as popular as FFF 3D printing even though it’s widely available. Why is that so?
With everyone in the 3D print community rushing to help in the crisis, there are some concerns we might be doing the wrong things. We made a list.
I’ve become aware of a potential issue that some readers may not know about: PFTE toxicity.
We encountered Harz Labs, a 3D printer resin manufacturer.
Researchers from several institutions have performed more extensive testing on particulate emissions from commonly available 3D printers, and the results should be known by all 3D printer owners.