Printed in PETG. Design available on Thingiverse. Instead of using only tubing, I used PVC for the part in the middle so it would stand up straight and not require tubing out the side and in through the top. I also am using a 6 quart clear Cambro container from Webstaurantstore instead of the Ikea ceramic white base in order to see water level. Planted with Tom yellow tomatoes, Buttercrunch lettuce, basil, mint, oregano, lavender and thyme.
Halyard H600 filter material
Stapler and Staples
2 Cord locks
1 hole punch
Cut a piece of Halyard H600 material and staple it to goggles. Punch a hole on each side of the bottom, put shoe string through and tighten after putting on your head.
I think everyone smarter than me should try to design and distribute a comfortable, secure, 3d-printed if you have to, face mask with a microphone inside and a speaker outside the mask so essentials workers can speak without taking off their mask.
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DIY Levitating Planter V2! – 3D Printed Version: In this Instructables I will walk you through the steps to make your very own Levitating Planter! After great feedback, I decided to make a second version of my levitating planter that is even simpler to make, and uses a 3D printed base. I also tr…
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Magnetic levitation module from eBay:
WOW! Making a Robot Tank – Arduino:
Update: My build notes at NIH:
I used a custom cut mirror starting from 12×12 from Home Depot as the printing surface, and Simplify3d software to generate the gcode file, which set the nozzle to 210 and the bed to 60 on an Ender 3 Pro printer. Ask me if you need any help to replicate this. A second shield is printing now.
Mirror for bed:
Shopping List for face shield components beyond the 3d printed part: