wifi issues are strength of connection issues (and yes, it’s a potential issue), but resetting routers isn’t anything that seems to help. i fixed the minor issues i had with that by getting a mesh router and having a hub near my machine instead of downstairs.
and fires? that’s just a laser cutter issue. the GF hardware isn’t any more susceptible than any other laser. i have yet to see a fire on a GF that wasn’t in the end an issue of lack of attention. material is burning, if you’re not watching and especially if you are burning something that is more of a fire threat (like corrugated cardboard or acrylic), then they can get out of hand when you don’t pay attention. doesn’t matter if it’s GF or trotec or universal or whoever.
i’ve worked in a very large architecture firm for 15 years and i don’t know a single person who doesn’t have an architecture school story about another student causing a fire at the end of a semester and screwing up everyone’s production schedule on their final projects. and these are all industrial machines.
if you’ve set your glowforge on fire multiple times, you need to look at your production process and not blame the equipment.