Tardis Motion Sensor Alarm



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Began: Feb 9, 2014
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TARDIS_base_ring.stl

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TARDIS_base_solid.stl

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TARDIS_batt_tray_RS.stl

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TARDIS_front_panel.stl

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TARDIS_lamp_shade.stl

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TARDIS_lamp_top.stl

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TARDIS_LED_holder.stl

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TARDIS_side_panel.stl

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TARDIS_top_01.stl

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TARDIS_top_02.stl

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TARDIS_window.stl

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Description

I had a motion sensor for a security system kicking around for a long time. After seeing the Dr Who Tardis model on Thingiverse. I thought the sensor would work well to active a LED in the model. After printing off the Tardis and transplanting the electronics in to it. I would have to say that it works very well. It is going to make a great addition to my cube at work!

The filament used in this print came from http://www.ORDSolutions.com

Props to charlesworth-dynamics.com for creating this great model. Please support him by buying his Tardis lighting kit here.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/162481369/tardis-lighting-upgrade-kit?ref=shop_home_active

Feel free to leave me any questions or comments below and I'll get back to you.

Thanks,
Malcolm


Additional Information

Layer Height: 200 microns
Printer Used: Type A
Slicer: Kisslicer
Infill: 100%
Support Material: No



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willy3d (Feb 11, 2014)
Malcolm, Great Job! Any heating issues with the electronics and printed material? Did you use PLA for this one?
Nope not any heat with these electronics. I used PLA from ORDSolutions.com.


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