The title of the published report is “Enclosure performance: Ultra-fine particles (UFPs) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) removal efficiency of desktop 3D printer enclosures”. Study conducted by Built Environment Research Group, Illinois Institute of Technology, concluded that in enclosed environment the general emission hazards are well within limits for most of the 3D Printers tested. Hepa filtration system was found to be the back bone of reduced emissions in 3D Printers.

 

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Specifically the tier time manufactured “up box +“ 3D Printer was extensively used under controlled environment for emission testing and was found to be the safest of all for users from health hazard point of view, covering indoor 3D Printing in offices, schools & homes.

 

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The 3D Printing technology is now at the forefront of being a non hazardous user friendly building tool.