3D Printing Fume Extraction

It’s no secret that 3D Printing has revolutionised the manufacturing industry. From small-scale businesses to huge corporations – countless industries are harnessing the power of 3D printing to develop prototypes, customise designs and print bespoke mechanical parts. However, as the demand for 3D printers rises, so too does the demand for fume extractors.

The process of 3D printing produces harmful byproducts like toxic fumes, ABS filament fumes, vapours and ultra-fine particles. When inhaled, these contaminants can cause headaches, nausea, skin irritation and respiratory issues – including, but not limited to, asthma, lung scarring and lung cancer. Therefore, its essential that companies are taking the proper precautions to protect their staff from the hazards associated with 3D printing.

Thankfully, our team at Purex designed the Cub3d fume extraction system specifically with 3D printers in mind. Built to accommodate a wide range of 3D printers and industry demands, our Cub3d fume extractor is a favourite across the Additive Manufacturing industry.

Read our Cub3d Brochure to learn more about our analogue fume extraction unit.

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To learn more about 3D printing fume extraction, read our blog ‘Why is Fume Extraction Important for 3d Printing?’ or fill out the form below. Alternatively, you can contact us by phone or email and an expert member of our team will help you find the most suitable fume extraction unit for your business.

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Purex International Ltd

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Capitol Park, Thorne,
Doncaster, South Yorkshire,

Phone: +44(0)1405 746030
Email: purex@purex.co.uk