RJ Make shared on Thingiverse:
There has been a lot of talk about desktop 3D printing and it’s effects inside the home. There are a few studies that show the emission rates of Ultra Fine Particles and VOC’s from 3D printing rising to what could be considered harmful levels. Here is a recent study that was published about it. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acs.est.5b04983
After looking for a possible solution for an embedded filtration system for my Flashforge Creator Pro, I stumbled across Rod Laird’s air scrubber couplings for use with a respirator (the kind found in breathing masks) and high pressure fan motor.
I thought perfect; so I ordered a High Pressure Axial Fan and printed up Rod’s fantastic couplings. There’s was a problem though, I could not obtain the resperator Rod uses in the US, so I purchased the Neiko R-621 on Amazon that was recommend in Rod’s thingy comments.
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