here's a clip of it clearing smoke from a plastic box. This was a 2min test to see if the fan had enough static pressure to draw through the filter. I sped up the clip so it takes 10sec.
@Kels_316 the future is both amazing (3D print a machine) and horrible (air purifier for child’s bedroom)
@twiddlekins you could do it in four parts and glue it together, let me play with the file and see if I can make it work. What sort of printer do you have?
@twiddlekins split into 4, put a .25mm gap on the slots so it should go together without much sanding. Had to lose the '12v' under the socket. Biggest dimension is 136mm now, should fit?
@twiddlekins I should have the info to upload a bit later today, I'll put the STL files for this version up as well. Will post a link. If you print it let me know how you go.
@twiddlekins github page is here: https://github.com/Kels316/DIY-Air-Purifier/blob/master/README.md
it has a folder for the quartered STLs. Have fun!
@Kels_316 two halves printed up and joined. Pretty good fit with just the slightest bit of post processing! Will finish the other two tomorrow.
Thank you, this is the kind of problem solving we need. Overconsumption and greed has gotten us into this mess, the least we can do is mitigate with community, pragmatism, and open source.
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