Bound Metal Additive Manufacturing Market Outlook – Metal Binder Jetting and Bound Metal Deposition A recent popular Reddit thread speaks to a common problem that many people who regularly use 3D printers have encountered: noise level. Of course, many 3D printers are guilty as charged for making enough noise to have the neighbor complaining — and no one wants that, right? After all, 3D printing is supposed to be a positive thing that promotes a sense of wonder and excitement, not a sense of stress or dread. Thankfully, this Reddit thread is filled with all kinds of excellent advice about different strategies you can use to reduce printer noise levels and make peace with your roommates, spouses, and neighbors. “Fade430” kicks off the thread explaining that the printer is in the bedroom on a milk crate, and the downstairs neighbor is able to hear the printer running. “SirEDCaLot” claims to have the solution: “decouple the printer from the floor acoustically,” since the noise seems to be caused by the vibration coming from the floor. SirEDCaLot recommends “a rubber mat, foam pad, even a piece of carpet remnant should do the trick. Go with a few layers if you want to be very sure (I...