Can you give us a ballpark for what the filter cartridges will cost and how long they will last? Even a large price range and something like “as often as every x months for high usage and as few as y months for light usage” and maybe “material x will cause you to need to replace your filter more often than material y” would be extremely useful. We all know it’s not possible to be exact.
Also, some filter cartridges are cleanable a few times before you must replace them. I have a device with a filter like that; I can run it under water and use it again a couple of times. Will this be the case with the Glowforge filter cartridge? And would it depend on the material? I can imagine it’s not cool to run acrylic dust down my drain.
I love my Glowforge. It enables me to do things I’ve wanted to do for, literally, decades. I don’t like having a vent out my window with the jury-rigged window piece I made. I’m really looking forward to the filter and hoping to love it, especially with the promised lower volume, but we could all use a bit more information to make decisions. Thanks.