Hey everyone, this is a bit left field, but I do a lot of 3D printing, and among external things (not the printer equipment) you have to consider are:
Heat and humidity (it affects the filament, and the quality of the print)
Vibrations when printing (vibrations affect the accuracy of the print if there are vibrations as the print head/bed/filament spool moves.
So I thought a few ideas of what I have done to make things much better might be of interest.
My workshop is in a shed, not air conditioned, but draught, moisture and dust free. A portable Air Conditioner keeps it good in summer, although it never gets too hot anyway.
I wanted to improve things without spending too much, and without getting too complicated.
A sturdy table is a must, and a cement floor, although I have anti-static plastic matting for most areas in there. This isn't a place for my garden tools.😁
Moving the filament holder OFF the 3D printer is a must. Most 3D printers have the spool hanging off the frame somewhere, and as the spool unwinds, you can build up resonances and vibrations. Filament is most often 1Kg, so that's a lot of weight you don't need.