Source link : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4971329
Drybox size is just within printing limits of Prusa MK3. For housing and cover you will need to disable skirt, otherwise it will not fit to printable area.
Housing and cover should be printed with PLA to avoid warping, as it covers large area.
All gaskets should be printed in soft TPU/TPE. I also recommend to use silicone sealant to glue one side of the gaskets to the surface where it is not going to be separated.
Outlet cap is the best printed in TPU too as soft edge provides better seal.
Smaller parts (outlets, mounts) can be printed in any material, I used ASA.
Outlets and hygrometer mount will require 8 pieces of M3x8 bolts and nuts.
Cover may be slighty hard to screw on the housing for the first few times. Be gentle, don't damage threads. After a few tries, cover will turn effortlessly.
Basis for outlet cap was borrowed from Mini Container with PET Bottle Cap Size (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4900080). Many thanks to Tokyo_Bird for that. I used container thread for outlet and a cap with some shape modifications.
Let me know what you think in comments.
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