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Introduction

  • Fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printers are popular with general public and usually used in indoor environments not designed for manufacturing
  • High levels of nanoparticles and gases from 3D printers were reported, depended on printer and filament properties, which may cause adverse health effect
  • Particle formation mechanism and aerosol dynamic processes involved have not been systematically investigated

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