Broke both thermostats in the RV due to tight passages so I thought I could protect them a bit. Used a design for a print in place box and resized and added some graphics.
GeneralDiscuss on the "General" forum for the Recreational Vehicles group on Thingiverse.
I'll get some more photos out soon, but I wanted to show off my new LED taillight conversion. I was not happy with the old school incandescent bulb housings that were very dim. I found some cheap Jeep replacement LED taillights and then designed a new housing to fit in the old space.
While not 3D printing related, I wanted to share this awesome deal with this RV group's members. Amazon has the very highly rated Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel for a very low price of $64.99 with free Prime member shipping. I've paid up to $120 for these panels.
Our Class A motorhome has a marine type hatch. Makes it easy to connect the electric and water utilities. But it leaves a large opening to those bays, and a nice pathway from a mouse to climb up (the water hose or power cord). I've made a couple of replacement hatches. One sized for the 50A power cord, the other for the standard white water hose. These have 15mm x 3mm magnets recessed into the mating surfaces. The parts snap around the lines, and to the new flange. No tools needed. Just as quick to remove. I still have a few updates to follow, which is why it's still listed as a work in progress.
So its been sometime since my last post but ive been on holiday touring and busy printing designing and making things work. I purchased a cr10 s4 for the bigger stuff and with the ender 3 ime slowly getting there.
All the tiles are 3d printed speaker boxes pots ect are all 3d printed. Designed to stay put when you drive.
What do you all thing of the progress so far will post some better pics as it starts to come together but very happy with the look so far.
Just got my printer and have a camper has lots of things planned just getting used to tinker cad and printer getting there slowly. Working on the outside and cab when i move into the back ill be designing lots of new useful makes and ill be shore to post them in this group ok.