Thanks for your question and for making be do a double-take at a thread title! Not every day I get asked this one!
The answer is a little tricky, largely because we haven’t done extensive Parrot-centric testing of our printers, so even if it’s safe for people, I don’t want to mislead you into thinking it’s also safe for parrots!
At the risk of giving a very broad answer, I suspect if a room has relatively adequate airflow and doesn’t have the dimensions of like…a broom closet, you and your bird friend should be OK. That being said, I might recommend speaking to your veterinarian about that. Better safe than sorry, especially with pets.
Below, you’ll find a link to our health and safety page, which I might recommend forwarding on to your vet to get their expert opinion.
Additionally, I’ll say that with our resins, smells are not necessarily linked to toxicity, some resins are just a little more smelly. Again though, better not to take chances without talking to someone who can speak more knowledgeably on the respiratory sensitivity of parrots.