Lasercutter in the office might have been a bad idea. I can live with the noise, but the smell is nauseating. We have a decent filter hooked up to it.

@jonas yeah, lasercutter smell is a pain, as you're burning stuff, and it stays a very long time. Best kept in a separate space with the filter feeding into powered ventilation. I once was at an exhibit in the V&A in London where some of the architecture models shown were lasercut and over a decade old, presented in their own glass cabinets. When I entered the museum I found the exhibit by following my nose.....

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