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Desktop 3D printers emit high levels of UFP, which are released into indoor environments where adequate ventilation may not be present to control emissions.

Emissions in nonindustrial settings need to be reduced through the use of a hierarchy of controls, beginning with device design, followed by engineering controls ventilation and administrative controls such as choice of filament composition and color. Three-dimensional 3D printing is used for rapid prototyping and manufacturing in aerospace, defense, and health care.

The development of low-cost desktop 3D printers has made these devices widely accessible for small-scale use in business office settings, as well as for personal use in homes and public settings including universities and municipal libraries. There are seven types of 3D printing technologies Afshar-Mohajer et al. Given our previous experiences with office equipment as sources of indoor air pollution, there is interest in the potential for emissions from 3D printing technologies that also utilize thermoplastics Afshar-Mohajer et al.

Non-manufacturing environments such as offices, homes, classrooms, and libraries are usually designed for occupant comfort, not exposure mitigation. It is known that there are multiple sources of UFP in non-manufacturing indoor environments, including use of personal appliances and human activities like cooking and burning candles Schripp et al.

Hence, use of 3D printers in nonmanufacturing or private settings potentially represents another contribution to UFP exposure for indoor workers and the general public to particles with potentially unique physicochemical properties from these other known sources. Toxicological studies confirmed that UFP penetrate into the alveolar region of the lungs and produce inflammatory responses Carosino et al. Most desktop 3D printers are not equipped with exhaust ventilation or filtration accessories.

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The wheel is almost coming full for you. Built on the contributions mostly undergrad and graduate students, of the open source hardware community, how many of them had 3D printers.

The printers sat on a support plate made of a stainless perforated sheet in the chamber. The key challenge in creating a 3D model is how the desired real-world object can be broken down into a series of commands draw a line and a curve, extrude this surface, fillet that corner, cut a hole here that you can use to create the object.

Choose something where lots of folks have uploaded photos of their own versions under the Whos Made It? If you want to download this book, click link in the last page 5. It acts as a web server so that other computers and mobile devices can control your printer over a local network, or even the cloud.

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