I wouldn’t until I was confident about the reliability.
From the number of problems folks are reporting with their early units I would be concerned that I’d spend as much time trouble shooting failed prints, cloud service connectivity, and alignment issues as I would printing.
Those are typically issues left to the renter of time to deal with, in my experience. You allow them use of the laser, maybe have a sheet explaining some of the issues which may arise, and allow them to waste time and materials if they are not overly cautious.
Not how I wind up doing things myself. But how I often see advice given regarding providing your laser to others for use (other lasers).