Hi everyone! I am hoping for a bit of advice and seeing what others did in a similar situation. We just got our Glowforge Pro and I was reading about the operating environment. I have also been reading on the community forums here. Obviously, winter is coming (or for some people, it is already here) and I wanted to know what you all do to keep your Glowforge above the 40 F/ 5C at night/ in storage?
Just so you know our conditions, we will be in an older building that has concrete floors and brick walls, tall ceiling etc. It is an open workshop space with no heating. Here are some pictures to give you an idea of what we are working with!
We had a couple of ideas like an insulated box to cover the machine, blast gates where the pipe starts and ends to prevent the cold (we have a filter unit so it won’t be vented to the outside). Any suggestions on what you have been doing during the winter or what has worked? Any advice or tips will be super helpful Thank you in advance