Looking forward to their reply!
Keeps surprising me how hard it is to find something that easy. Of course I could simply use any kind of vented enclosure, but these seem less suited for outdoor use...
or, when you fee comfortable with tinkering, you can build your own, with bigger print area, "nanodlp" SLA printer with cheap 2k lcd from aliex***** (possible to improve air filter and isolation, a lot more easier with less parts than building a corexy etc)
but I totally agree, when you don't need bigger print, buying a ready to use printer is simpler and the smaller lcd are just a little bit more precise
I couldn't find one, so I designed my own.
(My model is not suitable for anyone else because I made it fit very snugly around my board)
Wanting a smaller, neater solution than that, I bought a nRF52840 USB stick, hoping I could use that because it's very nice, but unfortunately there are some compatibility issues I have to yet resolve.
@secantscope said in Enclosure for Honeywell HPM-series PM sensor:
@Nca78 said in Enclosure for Honeywell HPM-series PM sensor:
For enclosure, another option is a radiation shield.
What do you mean by "radiation shield"?
I also think I'm going to buy an Ender-3,
The difference between the 3 and the 3-Pro turns out not to be very big, in this video they tell the differences.
If I would like to have a larger / other later, the costs are manageable, I think ....
Or is the Flashforge Creator really worth the extra money (my dad wants to contribute too)?
Thank you for explaining the Raspberry Pi addition,
I have already seen a tutorial how it works, I still have a Pi-3 and Pi-2, which I can use nicely, also in combination with a camera.