AMS Dry Pod Kit + Full Hygrometer Reading Area

AMS Dry Pod Kit + Full Hygrometer Reading Area

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0.16mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.16mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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1 plate
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0.16mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.16mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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Full silica dry pod kit for AMS.

 

Printed with Bambu Lab black PLA matte (see photos).

 

Designed with a hygrometer hole that goes through all the middle pod. that allow an empty reading area for the hygrometer. Data cannot be distorted by silica too close to the reader.

 

Link to the hygrometer used for this dry pod : https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07BLY177S?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

 

***MODEL WITH HYGROMETER SLOT AT 0° (UP/DOWN) NOW AVAILABLE***

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0.16mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
looks great! printed in PLA Tough. I accidentally printed the support with more PLA even though I meant to print it in support. in the future i need to be more careful with the Bambu studio to check that I’m not wasting filament !! thanks for the great design.
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But PLA is cheaper than support filament, and more wasteful. If you just use the same material for support as the print then you don't have purge waste and it's much quicker
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exactly right. live and learn.
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Replying to @cmoore806 :
I only use a layer between the support and the object with e.g. PETG if the object is made of PLA or vice versa. This is always easy to solve and gives a clean surface because PLA and PETG do not bond
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Came off of the plate and messed up mid print
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Do you think it could be the aux fan blowing on it?
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Replying to @CarGuy5811 :
had the same problem as well, added brims and is currently printing fine
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Replying to @user_2059682416 :
That must’ve been the issue.
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Hygrometer embedded in silica so that ambient moisture can't get to it🤦who would come up with an idea like that? Makes no sense at all🤣
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Said by the guy who 3d print a bong 🤣
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Replying to @FLAP_Design :
and now? Nevertheless, a hygrometer in silica is nonsense😂
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Replying to @Langa__ :
Didi you even have a look at the model? There is no path from the silica gel to the sensor.
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thanks for posting this model. it turned out great in Sunlu Grey PLA :)
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Nice ! Glad to ear that !
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Really clean design. Feel a lot better with this design than others due to the access door fitting so well. It would be such a bummer to spill all the desiccant beads but this design makes you forget all about that. Thanks for sharing!
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came out beautiful 😍
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these came out super clean! I reprinted and skipped everything except the holder for the moisture sensor so that I could put one on each side. I also added the desiccant holders for the trays in the bottom. Stays around 10% with ambient humidity at around 43%
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Echt eine tolle Datei, leicht zu Drucken und alles passt!
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Just tried the Hygrometer til now... will do the rest later! Thx!
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Los contenedores pequeños han caído a falta de las última 20/30 capas. una pena porque el diseño es muy bueno y muy fino
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Sí, es un fallo al imprimir tanques pequeños. A veces es mejor imprimirlos solos.
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