Desktop 3D printers are a revolutionary product that allows 3D printing to be accessible, affordable and convenient. However, as with any product, there are health and safety concerns that should be addressed with best practices especially when working with 3D printers in the home, office, school, library or other public institutions.
The main concerns surrounding 3D printing come from systems printing in materials other than PLA. Emissions and carcinogens as well as ultrafine particles can be present which can lead to long-term health problems. Our 3D printing enclosures extract ultra-fine particles and scrub the air keeping your 3D printing environment clear of any harmful emissions. In addition to the health benefits our enclosures provide fire suppression, reduce warping, curling, and noise, as well as lock for added security.
Supported 3D Printers
Desktop 660 - All MakerBot 3D printers (except Replicator Z18), BOXZY, Ultimaker 2, Ultimaker 3, Zortrax M200, LulzBot Mini, Affinia, and Formlabs Form2 Desktop 870 - Lulzbot Taz 5 & 6, Ultimaker Extended, Voxell8, Fusion F306, and BCN3D Sigma