Go to your local garden department and get a barometer. You may not need one. Anything above 40% humidity should be fine. If you live somewhere that is really dry get a humidifier that goes into the central a/c of your shop. Not some mickey mouse one designed to do a bedroom, Or a green house.lol
We live in Tennessee and still bought a humidifier. The room I have the Anajet machine in I keep it at least 55% humidity or higher. The machine seems to printer better at a higher humidity then at 45%. You need to get an evaporating humidifier, not a misting type. I found my a Home Depot.
We aim for 55%. Went to sears. Bought 2 of their large ones. Like 150 each. 2000sf room. Work like a charm for our Neoflex. Happy happy joy joy. Moisture keeps nose from drying out as well!!! Maybe get your health insurance to pay for it.
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