Today, 3D printing is used for a growing list of items in medicine, dentistry, aerospace/defense, entertainment, architecture and academia, but not without environmental risk. A recent study published by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) indicated that emissions from fused filaments contained large numbers of ultrafine particle and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC). This presents safety concerns for employees working with 3D printers. Excessive exposure to VOCs can cause asthma, loss of coordination, and other problems. Exposure to carbon nanofibers, often used in 3D printing, can cause a range of pulmonary effects, including pulmonary fibrosis. The products below address these issues. Filtered work stations and platforms maintain dust-free and vibration-free environments to safeguard workers, as well as the 3D-printing processes. Select personal protective garb and cleaning supplies for additional contamination control. See Terra's selection of vacuum and desiccator solutions for storing moisture-sensitive materials. Heat sealers with nitrogen purge protect products during packaging, and printed compounds requiring drying cycles may require a high-precision laboratory oven.