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DIY Drying Box Instruction

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Hello,please let me introduce you a DIY filament drying box. Maybe, some of you are still bothered with the problem that nylon material is very easy to become damp.  Today, I want to share an easy way to make a drying box with you.Annex is the production process of graphic introduction, you can refer to it.

1.Essential materials and instruments: air-tight storage box(7*24*20cmvolume 1L), rapid connector, 2 pairs of nuts and bolts, drying agent, filament stand, hygrometer, tube connector, pistol drill, glue gun. 

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2.Drill on the opposite side of the handler

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3.Using nuts and bolts to fix the tube connector at the right positio

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4.Screw the rapid connector tightly into the tube connector, and stick in a tube

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5.Using the glue gun to seal this connecting part airtight

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6.Attach the hygrometer onto the inner surface of the drying box using a dual adhesive tape

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7.Done

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8.Working

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PS. The tube connector and filament stand need to be 3D printed.

 

 

 

 

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