Well, today was a hot day here in the San Francisco area.
I wanted to make a single round cut on my GlowForge, and it could not. Before it started, it gave me an alert and told me that it would cool the unit before proceeding. It tried, but given that the air in the room it is in is about 85 degrees, it never started the cut.
Unfortunately, my unit is not in an air conditioned room. I wasn’t planning on cooling this room. Can the GlowForge seriously not function at 80-90 degrees? My computers, and electronics perfectly fine with the temperature. I’m curious why the GlowForge folks picked such a low max.