Hello, I read that 3D printers with an enclosure is better for health as they prevent the fume from spreading around the room. I cannot understand the validity of this statement because as soon as the user opens the door to take out the printout, the fume comes out from the printer and spread across the room. So, why having an enclosure is better for health?
Hello, I plan to buy a large volume 3D printer to use at home. Brand has not determined yet but most likely Raise3D N2+, Afinia H800+ (Up Box+) or Ultimaker 3 Extended. I read that even when printing using PLA, some kind of toxic particles are generated which could cause cancer. Any user has done anything to filter out those toxic particles? Pictures showing the setup would be nice.