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BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 Additive manufacturing. Environment, health and safety. Test method for the hazardous substances emitted from material extrusion type 3D printers in the non-industrial places

BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024

Additive manufacturing. Environment, health and safety. Test method for the hazardous substances emitted from material extrusion type 3D printers in the non-industrial places

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Standard number:BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024
Pages:32
Released:2024-03-28
ISBN:978 0 539 26503 3
Status:Standard

BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 - Additive Manufacturing: Environment, Health, and Safety

Welcome to the future of additive manufacturing with the BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard! This comprehensive document is your ultimate guide to ensuring a safe and healthy environment when using material extrusion type 3D printers in non-industrial settings. Whether you're a hobbyist, educator, or small business owner, this standard is essential for maintaining the highest safety standards in your 3D printing operations.

Key Features and Benefits

Here’s why the BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard is a must-have for anyone involved in additive manufacturing:

  • Standard Number: BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024
  • Pages: 32
  • Released: 2024-03-28
  • ISBN: 978 0 539 26503 3
  • Name: Additive manufacturing. Environment, health and safety. Test method for the hazardous substances emitted from material extrusion type 3D printers in the non-industrial places
  • Status: Standard

Comprehensive Coverage

This 32-page document provides an in-depth analysis and test methods for identifying hazardous substances emitted from material extrusion type 3D printers. It is meticulously designed to cover all aspects of environmental, health, and safety concerns, ensuring you have all the information you need to create a safe working environment.

Up-to-Date Information

Released on March 28, 2024, this standard incorporates the latest research and technological advancements in the field of additive manufacturing. Stay ahead of the curve with the most current guidelines and recommendations.

ISBN for Easy Reference

The standard comes with a unique ISBN: 978 0 539 26503 3, making it easy to reference and locate in any professional or academic setting.

Why You Need This Standard

3D printing technology has revolutionized the way we create and innovate. However, with great power comes great responsibility. The BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard is crucial for anyone using material extrusion type 3D printers in non-industrial places for several reasons:

Health and Safety

One of the primary concerns with 3D printing is the emission of hazardous substances. This standard provides detailed test methods to identify and measure these emissions, ensuring that you can take the necessary steps to protect your health and the health of those around you.

Environmental Protection

In addition to health concerns, the standard also addresses the environmental impact of 3D printing emissions. By following the guidelines, you can minimize your environmental footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Compliance and Best Practices

Adhering to the BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard ensures that you are in compliance with the latest industry regulations and best practices. This not only enhances your credibility but also provides peace of mind knowing that you are operating within the safest parameters.

Who Should Use This Standard?

The BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard is designed for a wide range of users, including:

  • Hobbyists: Ensure your home 3D printing projects are safe for you and your family.
  • Educators: Provide a safe learning environment for students exploring the world of 3D printing.
  • Small Business Owners: Maintain a safe workplace and protect your employees from potential hazards.
  • Researchers: Utilize the latest test methods to advance your studies in additive manufacturing.

What’s Inside?

The BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard is packed with valuable information, including:

Detailed Test Methods

Learn how to accurately measure and identify hazardous substances emitted during the 3D printing process. The standard provides step-by-step instructions, ensuring you can implement the test methods with ease.

Safety Guidelines

Discover best practices for minimizing exposure to hazardous substances. From ventilation recommendations to personal protective equipment, the standard covers all aspects of safety.

Environmental Impact

Understand the environmental implications of 3D printing emissions and learn how to reduce your impact. The standard offers practical advice for creating a more sustainable 3D printing operation.

Compliance Checklists

Ensure you are meeting all regulatory requirements with comprehensive compliance checklists. These checklists make it easy to verify that you are adhering to the latest standards and guidelines.

Invest in Safety and Quality

Don’t compromise on safety and quality. The BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in additive manufacturing. By following the guidelines and test methods outlined in this standard, you can create a safer, healthier, and more sustainable 3D printing environment.

Order your copy of the BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 standard today and take the first step towards a safer and more responsible 3D printing practice.

Note: This standard is available in English and is intended for use in non-industrial settings.

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BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024


This standard BS EN ISO/ASTM 52933:2024 Additive manufacturing. Environment, health and safety. Test method for the hazardous substances emitted from material extrusion type 3D printers in the non-industrial places is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 25.030 Additive manufacturing
  • 13.040.30 Workplace atmospheres
  • 13.100 Occupational safety. Industrial hygiene
This document specifies a test method for measuring hazardous substances emitted during the operation of material extrusion type AM machines commonly used in the non-industrial places and includes non-normative suggestions for ways to reduce them. This document specifies some of the main hazardous substances emitted from this type of machine during operation for currently commonly used materials, it describes the additional information and the associated test method for measuring hazardous substances, and includes considerations for reducing the hazardous substances and basic countermeasures. This document specifies how to measure concentrations of hazardous substances generated in the non-industrial places (school, public place and so on) in which this type of machines are installed, and to maintain an acceptable work environment by managing field facilities, machines, filaments, and additive manufactured products for the reduction of hazardous substances. However, this document does not cover all gas-phase chemical emissions. Only a range of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from n-hexane to n-hexadecane, including aldehydes are included. Considerations for reducing chemical emissions and for improving the work environment are given in Annexes A and B.