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Category: Additive Manufacturing

Potential Hazards of Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM), commonly referred to as 3-D printing, is becoming more prevalent in industry. AM is a set of processes for making products by selectively joining small amounts of material, using a computer-aided design file. [1,2] The advantages for industry include: shortened production cycles, reduced tooling costs, reduced waste material, easier product customization, novel Read More >

Posted on by Gary A. Roth, PhD; Aleksandr Stefaniak;Vladimir Murashov, PhD; and John Howard, MD2 Comments

Characterizing 3D Printing Emissions and Controls in an Office Environment

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Posted on by Kevin L Dunn, MS, CIH; Duane Hammond, MS, PE; Jennifer Tyrawski, PhD; and Matthew G. Duling, MS, REHS12 Comments
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