First, stone cold old fart noob here. ZERO direct 3D print knowledge/experience.
That said, a TAZ6 is on my shortlist of possible printers to scratch my latest itch. I’m curious if such a machine could live in my wood shop/garage next to my Shapeoko CNC/3.8 watt laser, across from the table saw and bandsaw. What I’m saying is, a sometimes dusty place. Can I just blow the dust off and print? Or, do I need to isolate the printer to protect it from dust?
If dust is a problem could I build some sort of positive pressure enclosure that would not affect printing? I’d really prefer to keep it in the garage if at all possible.