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AQM - outdoor
#11
Wink 

Wow!

Creality3D Ender - 3 DIY 3D Printer Kit - Price: $169.99
(now at GearBest)

Big Grin Tongue

Best Regards
Zdenek

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My outdoor AQM-I: here
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#12

Have a look here,

https://www.shapeways.com/

I used them years ago for printing patterns for a pewter spin casting machine.

They might be worth a go especially for small bits. They print in a number of different materials;

https://www.shapeways.com/materials
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#13

(18-11-2018, 14:21)JT118 Wrote:  Have a look here,
https://www.shapeways.com/
I used them years ago for printing patterns for a pewter spin casting machine.
They might be worth a go especially for small bits. They print in a number of different materials;
https://www.shapeways.com/materials

It's perfect and probably of better quality, but to make one piece of anything at home and right now it's just something else ...  Wink

Best Regards
Zdenek

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#14

Progress.
Maybe next week will be ready.
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#15

Hi Jarekh,

do you have any suggestions how the make the housing of the AQM board waterproof or to prevent it from intruding water.

Regards, engolling
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#16

(20-11-2018, 20:13)engolling Wrote:  Hi Jarekh,

do you have any suggestions how the make the housing of the AQM board waterproof or to prevent it from intruding water.

Regards, engolling

For example, gasket or silicone:
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I am worried about the power plug.....
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#17

Do you mean the hollow DC plug?
If you install a opening for draining I don't see a very huge problem. The main problem I see is how to keep insects and dirt out of the housing.

Maybe it is also easier to make the housing tight and install a cable gland.

Regards
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#18

I'm thinking about using a cable gland. 
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In the issue of insects, you can apply roll mesh.
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#19

Uff....  First prototype:
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#20

Hi Jarek
Great effort and well done. I have been waiting for your design to be to the publishing stage. Any thoughts when this will be available to print. The other designs I have printed and are in use. Far more professional looking than adapting standard jiffy box type enclosures.
Regards
Ian
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