3D Printing Safety   

Did you know that the Journal of Chemical Health and Safety recently published an article about 3D printing? As cool as this relatively new technology is, the results of the test just completed indicate 3D printing generates a high number of ultrafine particles and nanomaterial.  As a result, proper ventilation and suitable printer locations are essential to protect students, faculty and staff when installing these types of 3D printers.

Click here if you would like a copy of the free assessment tool developed by COF’s Director of Environmental Health and Safety, Jennifer Bosselman, to assess the safety of your printers and other fabrication equipment.