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2020 | 11 | nr 3 | 65--73
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Literature Review on Emissions from Additive Manufacturing by FDM Method and their Impact on Human Health

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Additive manufacturing in recent years has become one of the fastest growing technologies. The increasing availability of 3D printing devices means that every year more and more devices of this type are found in the homes of ordinary people. Unfortunately, air pollution is formed during the process. Their main types include Ultra Fine Particles (UFP) and Volatile Compounds (VOC). In the event of air flow restriction, these substances can accumulate in the room and then enter the organisms of people staying there. The article presents the main substances that have been identified in various studies available in literature. Health aspects and potential threats related to inhalation of substances contained in dusts and gases generated during the process are shown, taking into account the division into individual types of printing materials. The article also presents the differences between the research results for 3d printing from individual plastics among different authors and describes possible causes of discrepancies.(original abstract)
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  • Poznan University of Technology, Poland
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