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rubik
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Have not seen anyone mention using camera/electronic dry cabinets for filaments ? It is expensive, but it's a plug & forget kind of use. Any thoughts on this ? Here in South East Asia, we only have 2 types of seasons, humid & more humid . Average humidity is 70%RH.

 

 

Posted : 21/10/2020 7:00 am
cwbullet
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I like this concept and i am interested in see more of what folks have done.  Which brand did you buy?

Posted : 21/10/2020 10:42 am
rubik
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@charles-h13

Brand i bought is local to me, nothing high end or special

Posted : 21/10/2020 3:03 pm
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A cheap dehumidifier with humidistat that goes down to 15% is all you need for file and forget.  Or, use one of the electronic variety dehumidifiers (Peltier) and bypass the humidity control so it runs 24/7 ... like one of these:

https://www.amazon.com/Schmitt-Dehumidifier-Water-Ultra-Quiet/dp/B083Y74YVV

 

It is always wise to get more than one opinion... as for trusting Prusa? No way man....
Posted : 21/10/2020 7:20 pm
cwbullet
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@tim-m30

Do you have an example of one that goes down to 15%?

Posted : 21/10/2020 7:41 pm
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https://www.amazon.com/Humidity-Controller-Inkbird-Humidistat-Pre-wired/dp/B01J1E5LWM

5%

It is always wise to get more than one opinion... as for trusting Prusa? No way man....
Posted : 21/10/2020 9:09 pm
cwbullet
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@tim-m30

Ok.  I misunderstood, I though the dehumifier and humidistat were one piece.  

Posted : 22/10/2020 2:18 am
jmone
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FYI - Updated my review of Dry Cab - https://forum.prusaprinters.org/forum/english-forum-general-discussion-announcements-and-releases/edry-cabinet-testing-and-thoughts/

 

 

Posted : 23/10/2020 10:25 pm
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