As of 2016, The Micro 3D Printer is one of only a handful of 3D
printers evaluated by a 3rd party (UL labs) to meet reasonable product
safety standards, as this is not a requirement for 3D printers to be
sold today. What this means is that UL engineers studied common risk
areas such as fire, shock, and other personal injury; if there was an
obvious safety risk caused by excessive fumes they would have also
noted this. UL also evaluates our manufacturing on a regular basis,
certifying that we are making our product consistently. However, keep
in mind that UL is not a health authority so these statements can not
constitute any final health safety determination.
The Micro 3D Printer has the UL Reference Certificate number
US-25169-UL and conforms to IEC CB test standards: EN 60950-1:2006
/A11:2009 /A1:2010/A12:2011/ IEC 60950-1(ed.2), IEC 60950-1(ed.2);am1
and is issued to E470050-A1-CB-1. Additionally the product meets CE
and FCC testing requirements as well as RoHS material standards..
3D Printing Fumes