3D printer and health ... A marvelous technological breakthrough, but beware of the risks!

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3D printer and health ... A marvelous technological breakthrough, but beware of the risks!




by exhibits » 11/09/20, 12:38

wonderful technological breakthrough, but it should be noted that the strong growth of three-dimensional (3D) printing for many applications generates specific risks:
- Chemical risks: emissions of fine particles, volatile organic compounds, harmful gases linked to 3D printers and their various technologies.
- Risk of burns, electric shocks and fire: the melting of plastic by means of heat or a laser requires a lot of heat and electrical energy.
pay attention to the risk prevention of three-dimensional (3D) printing! “: http://www.officiel-prevention.com/form ... dossid=573
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by Christophe » 11/09/20, 13:18

Very good subject, thank you for creating it! I had it in mind for a few weeks since I bought, for my professional projects, a 405 nm UV photosensitive resin LCD SLA printer ...

The article is also good but it deserves to go into a little more technical details (see my personal remark below)

Frankly considering the smell and the sanitary measures (mask, glove ...) to be used when handling the resin and the freshly printed objects ... I think it is a beautiful crap for the health ... Obviously the surgical masks provided are insufficient to stop VOCs or PAHs ...

And, apart from these tips, there is STRICTLY NO health indication on the resin bottles (tested 2 different brands ...) nor even an indication of composition ... In short, we sell products that the user does not has no idea what it is ... I find it quite strange in a world of "zero health risk" ...

So I could illustrate this topic with photos of my experiences ... if you have any ideas? :D
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by Flytox » 12/09/20, 15:25

exposes wrote:wonderful technological breakthrough, but it should be noted that the strong growth of three-dimensional (3D) printing for many applications generates specific risks:
- Chemical risks: emissions of fine particles, volatile organic compounds, harmful gases linked to 3D printers and their various technologies.
- Risk of burns, electric shocks and fire: the melting of plastic by means of heat or a laser requires a lot of heat and electrical energy.
pay attention to the risk prevention of three-dimensional (3D) printing! “: http://www.officiel-prevention.com/form ... dossid=573


Indeed, the risks of 3D printer technology are "well" identified / codified for workers ... subject to HSE (Safety Health Environment) obligations. For the private individual, too often completely unaware for his safety, all the instructions become in fact "optional", all the risk warnings do not oblige to anything, for the way of using the material / products (especially not the seller). ... and are therefore very little respected. This can be very dangerous for individuals ....

The "best" will soon follow when 3D printers for metals hit the market. There with the fine allergenic and / or toxic particles without effective / cleanable confined spaces .... we will count the deaths .... but we must let the market do .... : Shock: : Evil:
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by Adrien (ex-nico239) » 12/09/20, 15:48

Look original indeed ...

I have an Ender 3 which runs almost 24 hours a day and no worries.

I innovated a little by turning the carpet (undetectable subject) and by taking covers (a little icy but not too much) of magazine (motorcycle) and extreme vivelle dop ...

Otherwise it is a fairly simple mechanism which is interesting.

I didn't know there were dangers in using it.

She is not in the house and she turns in the chalet.
If she could poison the dormice Image it would be good.
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by Christophe » 13/09/20, 15:16

Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:I have an Ender 3 which runs almost 24 hours a day and no worries.

I innovated a little by turning the carpet (undetectable subject) and by taking covers (a little icy but not too much) of magazine (motorcycle) and extreme vivelle dop ...


Nothing understood about your innovation! : Mrgreen:

What do you do with work for which runs H24?

I have a tronxy x5sa-pro 500 for 2 months: 3d-printers / tronxy-x5sa-500-pro-improvement-z-axis-how-to-paste-a-toothed-belt-t16537.html
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by Adrien (ex-nico239) » 13/09/20, 15:24

Christophe wrote:
Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:I have an Ender 3 which runs almost 24 hours a day and no worries.

I innovated a little by turning the carpet (undetectable subject) and by taking covers (a little icy but not too much) of magazine (motorcycle) and extreme vivelle dop ...


Nothing understood about your innovation! : Mrgreen:

What do you do with work for which runs H24?

I have a tronxy x5sa-pro 500 for 2 months: 3d-printers / tronxy-x5sa-500-pro-improvement-z-axis-how-to-paste-a-toothed-belt-t16537.html


Well, I don't have a carpet ... I don't know the trendy name we give to that anymore.

I make anti slug molds
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by Christophe » 13/09/20, 15:41

Yes I understood that you were talking about the plateau ... but it's your improvement that I don't understand ...

A photo can be ??
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by Adrien (ex-nico239) » 13/09/20, 17:04

Christophe wrote:Yes I understood that you were talking about the plateau ... but it's your improvement that I don't understand ...

A photo can be ??


Oh no it's not an “innovation” in the strict sense ... just a weirdness to have a paper tray
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by Christophe » 13/09/20, 20:56

Ok and how do you fix the sheet and manage to avoid the deformation of the paper when it moves?
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by Adrien (ex-nico239) » 14/09/20, 00:41

Christophe wrote:Ok and how do you fix the sheet and manage to avoid the deformation of the paper when it moves?


Ben with the tweezers
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