29 Jul '13, 4pm

Nanoparticles Emitted from 3D Printers Could Pose a Risk

What buyers of these systems may not have considered is that operating them could expose them to toxic nanoparticles. The hobbyist may now have to think about this potential risk when operating a 3-D printer in a garage or other indoor environment because of research out of the Illinois Institute of Technology showing that commercially available desktop 3-D printers emitted potentially harmful nanoparticles that could accumulate in indoor environments.

Full article: http://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/semiconductors/nanotec...

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