In reading through the Safety operating environment I see a recommended temp max at 81 and a humidity range between 10 and 75%. I am glad I am no longer in Tucson as without AC temperatures often go over a hundred degrees and with it, I have seen the humidity pegged at zero for months on end. However, as I am in Florida, we have the opposite humidity issue, that inside the house it is held at 80 degrees but will climb above that as the ac tries to keep up with usually 60-90% humidity and in a shed, both temp and humidity is exceeded most of the time.
We avoid the subfreezing issues many face and realize that the upper limit on temps means the equipment can overheat but can some compensation be made by increasing the volume of air through the machine, and if the work is actually damp does that change the humidity calculations. I have been thinking hard about the fire danger issues and thinking about sprayed on water with sodium bicarbonate or borax (that is often used in jewelry making) would make the material a bit harder to cut but also tend to snuff out any flame that got started.
I cannot see that any fumes from those two materials would be a problem.