In the video Q&A you answered about how flame resistant the case itself is, particularly from laser contact. But having worked around lasers in maker spaces and the crazy/misguided things people sometimes do on them like trying to cut highly flammable foam (which predictably went up in high temperature flames and melted most of the tray in that particular laser and creating quite a fun afternoon for the rest of us!) – How flame resistant is the bed of the Glowforge both with and without the tray inserted? Also what type of fire extinguisher would you recommend having around so as to not damage the Glowforge should it be needed? And would that kind of damage be covered under warranty?
I’m particularly asking this question because of the large number of 'forgers that are totally new to CO2 lasers and may find themselves having some bad experiments with new materials that they think are “laser safe”