Oh yes jacobturner, a unique “on the road” experience is exactly what I should have called it! So the wifey and I have been on the road for 5 years and in that time have hit around 35 US States, 19 countries (without the RV) and taken 3 transatlantic (USA to Europe) and 1 transpacific (USA to Australia) cruises. Internet on the road is a normal thing for us, we have it just about anywhere we go. Our data cap is currently at 60 GB per month.
Being my first experience with a laser cutter/printer, I was hoping for a little feedback on things that I may not be aware of such as its fragile components and wifi access required. I had seen the posts about carry cases for the GF and based on that, I came to the conclusion that it would probably be safer riding in a large RV with a controlled ride suspension than a travel case being moved from building to vehicle to dolly to table and back. Time will tell if it will be a good decision. I do have a custom workbench that I had built a few years ago, that is actually big enough to fit and support the GF and as an added bonus has an opening window directly behind the bench.
How about doing a little design work while sitting here near Jackson Hole Wyoming overlooking the Grande Teton Mountains? Oddly enough we actually had some decent internet using our outside cell booster while parked here. We camped here in the national forest for 13 days until we ran out of water. We do have a generator that runs on propane or gasoline for all of the high voltage needs that we may have.
Thanks for the input and feedback!