Enclosure SMD-based geiger counter with SBT11 / SBT11A tubes by impexeris
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(if you have downloaded files earlier than evening of September 21, please re-download. I have made a few corrections)
This is a revised enclosure for the new - SMD based hardware version of the DiY geiger counter (http://www.ebay.com/itm/162018488365 ) by my colleague - eBay vendor impexeris ( http://www.ebay.com/usr/impexeris) .
This enclosure is for use with SBT-11 or 11A ( СБТ-11 or 11A ) Geiger-Müller α,β,γ tubes.
At 0.25mm layer height tube fits nice and tight enough.
I use two 11mm long (with head), , ∅2mm screws for enclosure case and two to 20mm long (with head) ∅3mm bolts for the tube extension.
Raise3D N2 Plus
I have noticed that with 100 % there is no big difference in printing time or material consumption but the enclosure prints truly sturdy.
Also to get the bottom surface smooth use 35% infill density, "line" support type, 0 gap between support and above layer. To ensure the line type support stays on the print-bed surface, I use 5 loops of brim which is at 0mm distance from the part (in our case from the support structure). When I print with PLA I use heated to 65℃ BuildTak covered print-bed.
Use "Touch Platform Only" support setting.
The switch is from mouser.com :
datasheet of the switch :http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/140/R6-346382.pdf
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