EDIT: Keeping the post up if it helps others and editing to add some follow up information
Are there any dangers or warnings for having a Taz 5 printing on a wooden surface? Any fire hazards? With or without the enclosure itself?
Random, but I have an unused bathroom that I’d like to host my 3D printer.
My plan is to build a removable structure to go over the bathtub, and to (of course) disable the water to that bathroom. It’s a guest bath, that’s why I want a removable structure.
Thanks in advance for any tips and info!
- Have had the printer running in the 2nd bathroom for a week now (as of updating the post)
- No heat issues with the wood underneath the printer.
- The room gets warm, I recommend closing vents in the colder months if needed; I live in Denver though so even in the winter it gets too warm for my comfort, working in the next room. We have a lot of sun remember