Fire Risks in Additive Manufacturing: Assessing 3D Printing and Combustible Dust Hazard

Fire Risks in Additive Manufacturing: Assessing 3D Printing & Combustible Dust Hazards

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Reduce Fire Risks and Become Compliant With New Standards

Auto and aviation manufacturers 3D print critical parts. Home builders print walls for houses. Dentists are creating orthodontic models.

The global market for 3D printing products and services is expected to reach a projected $37.2 billion by 2026.

Yet the risk of fire and explosions are ever present due to combustible dust, heat, and electrical malfunctions. If you use additive manufacturing machinery in your day-to-day processes or it’s part of your supply chain, it is important to understand the risks the technology presents.

Plus it’s important to stay compliant with standards like NFPA 484, 652, and 654, as well as ISO/ASTM 52900 THROUGH 52950 and ISO 17296.

In the following white paper, you will learn:

  • The most common types of additive manufacturing fire risks
  • Steps to make your operations safer
  • How to stay compliant for standards like NFPA 652 and others
  • Why all additive manufacturing risk assessments are not created equal

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