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Is 3D Printing a Health Hazard?

New Research Identifies Toxic Particles Emitted by Desktop 3D Printers

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by Tyler Koslow
Published Nov 13, 2018
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A new study conducted by UL Chemical Safety and Georgia Institute of Technology found that desktop 3D printers have a potentially negative impact on indoor air quality, identifying a number of particles that are known to be health hazardous.