Adding insulation to the 3D Printer cabinet

The office temperature was below zero degrees.

Raising the ambient temperature of the 3D Printer cabinet took two hours to make the 3D Printer in operation. The only heat source of the cabinet is a 180W heat bulb.

I used styrofoam panels to insulate the heat.

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