3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today
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Doesn't matter. We covered all my name's Andy Cohen and I'm here Mr Whitney Potter. High you doing Andy. So they're interesting stories that just keep. Coming back I mean we? We keep seeing the same story about three D. printing guns. We keep seeing the same stories about fire dangers. We we see so many of the source. I stories coming back again and again, and this story is probably one of the most. Stories that come again, that's the the issue of the dangers of of VOC's. follow title. Was the not what is the OH stand for? Organic well I think in this in this case particulates, aren't they? Yes they are, but they do say they're VOC's. The call them VOC's so this is a story on Three D. printing industry. And it's a bunch of researchers. A couple of accommodations in Korea Seoul. National University and this particular study. They looked carefully at the effects it on an F. D. M. printers with a set of different materials and the amount of emissions based on the degree of heat. I looked at this thought on. Yeah that that. That's kind of intuitive, isn't it? I mean the more you you apply to immaterial. The more gassing you should expect. I would expect it to sure. And that's what they found. Isn't that amazing? Well? Sometimes, it's good to have it have a well documented scientific study. That confirms what you suspected. Yeah, but well you'll notice that. The study was not published in a jury journal. It's posters in a safety looks like it would have been an exhibition poster. Just it's not. It's not published in a scientific journal. Not Peer reviewed. Yes, not peer reviewed. It's not. Like it does, it doesn't I I know I've I've published in those journals? And one of the first criteria also is. It is a value, does it? Does it say anything? I don't think this article says all that much I. really don't I. Mean I already knew? that as to the temps go up, more smells GONNA. Come off the printer well right, but they're they're. They're confirming that. They can measure that. That's I mean that's science. There's value to it Yeah, I! A couple of things that I think are are important to that about this is that they're talking about printing Nylon Pla ABS and lay would at which is the would like Sawdust, fused filament, and their P., l., a., and the an Pele so that they're talking about all these different materials, and they're printing them up to two hundred ninety degrees C. Yeah. I mean. Who would do that?

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