Hi @KennethConnell1 and @MikeKaplan thanks for that additional information. One thing to note is if you are able to connect to the internet to load Easel you can use it while offline. Easel doesn't require an internet connection to send to the machine. Also you can consider blocking all IP's except Easel.com so they could use Easel but not the rest of the internet.
It's really cool that you are teaching folks in the correctional center 21st century skills to help them after they get out. I can imagine someone could have entered in a year where digital manufacturing was inaccessible due to complexity and cost and exit when it is ubiquitous, easy, and nearly free. That would be pretty hard to adjust to if you weren't near a computer every day.
We are still a very small team so we have to pick which projects to tackle very carefully. The number of users and demands from them are increasing faster than the rate our team is increasing
We constantly have to prioritize things like better file management, V-Carving, Chromebook and Linux support, Offline Easel, importing from CAD and a whole list of things I can't publish publicly.
I really appreciate you taking the time to share a bit more context.