VO-CH Air Monitoring Droid #3Dprinting #3DThursday

VO CH Air Monitoring Droid by Bugman 140 Download free STL model PrusaPrinters

Bugman_140 shared this project on PrusaPrinters.org

I separated the capsules and arms from the chassis to allow them to be printed in a contrasting colour if you wish, these parts can all be glued into place with a few drops of superglue.

the chassis lid was designed with colour changes on the printer in mind, I switched for the top details including the speaker and neck rings then back again for the speaker top and grille

I have included mounting holes inside the chassis to hold the Arduino, these need some heat inserts (i used just 2 diagonally) and space to the right for the bread board to be positioned with its sticky backing.

I then also added the 4 x heat inserts on the top edge of the chassis ready for the lid

first you will want to route the wires for the sensor through the hole on the RH Side, and attach the sensor into the indent using the tab of double sided (foam) tape

I hooked up the CCS811 sensor as per the instructions from Adafruit

Learn more and download files here: https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/134817-vo-ch-air-monitoring-droid


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