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RRacer

Yet another Stevenson screen

by RRacer Jun 20, 2018
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Nice Screen!

Is there any chance of getting the designs as an OBJ or something similar, so I can import them into Fusion360 and tweak them?

Rf152,
the Sketchup files can be loaded into F360 from the File menu (New design from file), but I haven't used F360 enough to figure out how to save it as a native object.
Feel free to experiment with the included Sketchup files.
If you know how to convert it I'll be happy to assist.
Thank you for the compliment on the design!

I can't see a way of importing it without importing it is a mesh, which then makes editing quite difficult.

Is the original in F360, or in Sketchup?

The original files are made with Sketchup. They are included in the files section.

Hmm, don't think you can open sketchup files without a premium account, which I don't have.

Are you able to export them from sketchup as OBJ?

You could install the free trial of Sketchup Pro, which can export more formats.

hi, when I load this into slic3r on my prusa mk3 it says the size is too large. How can I fix that? (at 16% scale it take up the entire bed)

Hello Aryeh,
I designed this at 10 times the intended size, so you need to print it at 10%.
Good luck!

Hi.
I want to put a BMP280 (presure-temp-humid) sensor. Do you think is ok ? will water get to it ?
Thank you.

I haven't used that sensor so I dont know how protected it is.
I use water proofed (it's what the sellers say anyway) DS18B20, which has performed flawlessly close to a year now.
Any Stevenson screen is designed to have a free flow of air through it, which also means that water and snow could enter during high winds.
I suggest that you try with that sensor. They are cheap enough to replace once or twice a year if they should fail.
Good luck, and thanks for the like!