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Emissions From Metallic Additive Manufacturing - An Occupational and Environmental Perspective

Abstract : The additive manufacturing market is rapidly increasing due to a growing maturity of users and a diversity of uses. However, due to their novelty, there are concerns that these technologies can pose specific health and environmental risks. In order to foster the sustainable deployment of these technologies, including the post-treatment, it is necessary to implement adequate safety and environmental management of the used materials and associated by-products. This paper proposes a multi-tier approach to investigate diffuse and channeled emissions so as to propose inherently safe(r) by design processes and adequate safety barriers.
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Sébastien Dieu, Alexis Vignes, G. Darut, Benoît Schnuriger, Martin Morgeneyer, et al.. Emissions From Metallic Additive Manufacturing - An Occupational and Environmental Perspective. International Conference Nanosafe 2020, Nov 2020, Online, France. ⟨ineris-03319953⟩

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