A very interesting 3D printer enclosure, box3d, is on the Kickstarter crowdfunding, which emits toxic gas while the 3D printer is working, reducing noise and better preserving the 3D printing process.
This is a masterpiece of an engineering company in Delft, Netherlands, which exceeded the expected target of only 2 days in crowdfunding online.
Some people may ask this really necessary? Probably not, but be aware that all FDM / FFF 3D printers emit a certain amount of ultrafine particles that are less than 0.1 μm in diameter and are very easy to access to the workers' lungs and blood vessels, especially synthetic materials such as ABS Huge damage, so box3d loaded with a fan and HEPA filter will be produced by the 3D printer exhaust through the hose to the outdoors.
In addition, a thick layer of insulating foam inside the box3d reduces noise when 3D printing produces noise. In addition, the unit controls the temperature and effectively reduces 3D printing warpage and cracking.
Currently, box3d is available in two sizes, small for Ultimaker 2, Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 3 printers, and large for Anet, Flashforge, Lulzbot, MakerBot, Original Prusa, Tevo, XYZPrinting, and Zortrax. For € 199 (less than $ 250), the company promised to ship in March of this year.