Pollution Monitor meets 3D Printing

A project log for Portable environmental monitor

A handheld, battery powered, sensor array unit for environmental monitoring focused mostly on air quality using a global infrastructure.

Radu MotisanRadu Motisan 10/10/2015 at 10:471 Comment


The portable environmental monitor is finalist in both categories of the Hackaday Project, Best Product and the GrandPrize but the development doesn’t stop here. We’ve managed to put together a complex piece of equipment that also has an appealing design. One thing missing was a proper bezel to protect the LCD and to hide the bottom connector. A custom 3D-printed component by Ovidiu, the designer of Lighty, did the trick and now uRadMonitor looks more professional than ever.
uradmonitor_lcd_bezel-2The plastic component was first designed in 3D, very much like with the rugged aluminium enclosures. And for part itself, a full metal Delta printer did the rest:

More pictures are available on the uRADMonitor FB pageuradmonitor_lcd_bezel-1


robheffo wrote 10/10/2015 at 20:43 point

Very nice! Looks great with the edges hidden and protected. It really needed something protecting the screen from damage given the rest of the unit is rather rugged.

Are you going to look at having it injection moulded or stick with the 3D printing for production?

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