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This is a Weather Forecast Cloud that I built using a Raspberry Pi Zero W along with some NeoPixels. The build guide can be found at https://www.instructables.com/id/Weather-Forecast-Cloud/
As seen in the pictures I had made this on my Shapeoko3 in oak. These files are so it can be 3d printed if you do not have access to woodworking equipment. The design is optimized for wood but can be adapted. When printing the diffuser layer use semi-transparent filament such as natural PLA or PETG.
I have included the Fusion 360 files along wit the svg so you can optimize it for your method of making.
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