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In recent years, additive manufacturing has begun to penetrate not only into a number of industrial enterprises, but also into households. 3D printers are becoming more affordable and appear on the market in a variety of designs that use a variety of principles and feedstock materials. However, this advanced technology brings not only a unique manufacturing potential but also a number of hazards for its users as well as for their surroundings and the environment. Unfortunately, these hazardsdoi:10.2507/30th.daaam.proceedings.090 fatcat:kmo5ywwjzvbdherswg5j62ujme