Filament Dry Box
Used some parts from others and made some modifications.
Added a 'bump' to the 1/2" PVC pipe bracket from SinfoniaSam to make the PVC pipe snap into position and not move.
Created an inner grommet w/ a funnel to facilitate threading the filament through when you can't see what your doing. The outer & inner grommets are based off of Bummster's designs.
This is the tote that I used. It was around $30 at Target.
1/2" PVC Pipe (50cm long was a perfect fit)
A 'Wet Erase' Marker for labeling the filaments and various printer settings for best results when using that particular filament. These markers are nice as they can be erased with a damp paper towel but are not easily erased by accidentally rubbing against it.
I velcro'd the pen to the lid to always have it handy.
M3 10mm Bolts (x32)
M3 Nylon Lock Nuts (x32)
Drill w/ small bit for pilot holes.
(Just need smaller or equal size of the M3 bolts.
1/2" Drill bit for the center filament holes.
(This way the filament doesn't have to pass though a small hole in the tote between the inner and outer grommets)
Small Philips Screw Driver
Small M3-Size Socket
Sharpie for marking the box
Lots of cuss words were used as well.
Possible Improvements I am looking at:
Using spacers on the PVC pip to keep the filament spindles from rubbing or catching on each other.
Making a small basket to hold the reusable desiccant (Dehumidifier)
Desiccant found here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/180387087876
I used 6 perimeters to ensure strength.