So maybe someone can help me figure out a solution.
When I got home today my glowforge was full of water from condensation. I live in Florida and today was a particularly humid and rainy day. Having to vent everything out the window, mean that air temperatures outside can clash with my nice air conditioned office inside.
Now I have the window pretty well insulated where I installed the 4" exhaust port, but that doesn’t stop the humidity from coming in the exhaust port.
Short of installing an external exhaust fan that is always running (which I don’t even know will work), what are my options?
At this point I’m happy the glowforge wasn’t turned on, but now I have to wait for this thing to dry out before turning it back on…
Ugh! So frustrated right now.