WeatherStation & 3D Printing: striving for seamless integration

ESP32 Development Board WiFi+Bluetooth Ultra-Low Power Consumption Dual Cores ESP-32 ESP-32S Board
Integrated antenna and RF balun, power amplifier, low-noise amplifiers, filters, and power management module. The entire solution takes up the least amount of printed circuit board area. This board is used with 2.4 GHz dual-mode Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips by TSMC 40nm low power technology, power and RF properties best, which is safe, reliable, and scalable to a variety of applications.
As you might know already I am now a proud owner of a 3D printer, a Printrbot Play. In the last few weeks I have tried to master the printer and I have learned a lot in this time. It was only a matter of time to bring my two passions together and use the 3D printer to create a case for the WeatherStation. This is my first result. It is not as perfect as I want it to be but it is presentable. With the next version I’ll have to make the walls thicker, so they are less transparent.

The WeatherStation case
Integration into my interphone
OpenScad Design of the case

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Posted by squix78

4 comments

  1. Please help: how to fix your great esp8266 (on an NodeMCU board) WEATHER station code so it compiles in the newer versions of the ARDUINO programming interface. I keep getting compile errors complaining about "drawFrame1' was not declared in this scope'. I have seen other posts on other sites saying the code only compiles in older ARDUINO GUI versions. Do you have newer code, or updated libraries I should get? Spent many hours trying to get this working.
    What should I do?

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