Just got my GF going with venting etc. Decided to use balsa wood for my first print of the Founder’s Ruler. Didn’t see balsa in the wood selections but found a vernier and chose that. Everything was going well until the final logo step - where the balsa ignited. At this point I noted three things.
The big red button marked STOP doesn’t exist. Everyone knows powerful dangerous machines have the big red stop button. My automotive training kicked in, you don’t open the hood on an engine fire. I was fortunate the balsa only smoldered. Further opening the lid during a material fire would expose you to the flames and fumes.
The exhaust fan doesn’t run much past the ending of the cut. It really should run long enough to exchange the air in the compartment once or twice. If something really noxious was cut, opening the lid would not be pleasant.
The WiFi setup doesn’t work if the WiFi has a hidden SSID. I know WiFi security isn’t secure but I really prefer my SSID hidden.
Q1) Would it be difficult to program the big button to act as an emergency stop button?
Q2) How about running the fan long enough to exchange the air a few times?
Q2) Does the WiFi in the GF support 5 GHz band?