Whether used for tool and machine parts, packaging or everyday items – 3D printers are now virtually indispensable. Despite the obvious advantages such as cost efficiency and speed, the new technology also raises the question of emissions caused by ultra-fine particles and volatile organic compounds.
These occur when handling the devices or during 3D printing with plastics and metals. To obtain certainty about the emissions, the WESSLING experts offer indoor air measurement and occupational health and safety consulting. This includes setting up suitable work areas for 3D printing.