Hello,

As I plan to put my printer in my home office, which is adjacent to my son's room, I have been thinking on how to go about dealing with fumes that will be created by the printing process. I also sleep in there on occasion when the 4 year old decides to crawl into our bed in the middle of the night.

Of course, during the day, (barring extreme temperatures) I can just open a window and throw a box fan in it. However I'm not comfortable with doing so overnight.

I've toyed with the idea of building a Plexiglas enclosure and vent out of a slightly open, and secured window. Low power fan, pushing air in the box, with a higher power fan pulling the output. Doing so however, such that it is durable and not a huge pain in the ass (increasing the printer's footprint, accessing the printer, etc.) is a challenge.

I'm curious as to how the folks who are concerned as I am, have dealt with this issue?

Please help.
Thanks!

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
https://forum.formlabs.com/t/venting-fumes/7368


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