After replying to a couple of different posts, I was made aware that the temperature I was printing at was not nearly high enough. The room that my Moai is in, is at about 57 Fahrenheit (14 Celsius).
Mark pointed out a post in the Formlab forums for a small incubator heater and I decided to go ahead and buy it.
It ended up only costing $49.99 plus shipping. This is what I used: http://incubatorwarehouse.com/48-watt-incukit-dc.html
Here are some pictures of how I installed it.
I just took a piece of brass sheet (1mm thick) that I had lying around and drilled 2 holes and mounted it to the left back of the heater. You could really use anything for this, like a piece of acrylic or something like that. I am a metalsmith and just have lots of pieces of brass hanging around and the shears to cut it to size with, so that is why I chose this.
Then I took two document clips and clipped it to the column of the Z-axis as you can see in the picture above.
Here are some more pictures of the setup. I put it as high as I can, so it has the least chance to blow air on the build platform.
This is my print of a fork model, that I was only just able to fit!
For now I have the cables taped down with scotch tape, but I will do something more permanent later. Not quite sure what?? The power cord is just coming out of the front door as well, but I will probably end up drilling a hole in the back to have it out of the way.
In the Formlabs forum people were commneting on the fact that you will have air blowing around in the chamber and that it might blow around the resin, but I have not seen any evidence of that. Even with the really tall print in the picture, there was no resin blown off that I could see. The fan really does not blow very hard and is quit gentle.
Hope this will help some other people in cold areas. Let me know if anybody has any questions or suggestions.