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3D Printing

There are several 3D printed parts you'll need to print in order to build a Frog Sensor. All parts can be found in this folder.


Minimum Parts

These are the parts required for the Frog Sensor construction:

  • Enclosure Base
  • Quantity:1
  • Suggested Color: Green
  • Enclosure Lid
  • Quantity:1
  • Suggested Color: Green
  • Lower Shroud
  • Quantity:1
  • Suggested Color: Green
  • Frog Head - With Eyes
  • Quantity:1
  • Suggested Color: Green
  • This can be printed with eyes and mouth all as a green piece or you can print the eyes and mouth as unique pieces in different colors and glue together.

Bonus Parts

These parts only serve a cosmetic function and are therefore optional. However, they are fun and cute, so we suggest including them if you can.

  • 1 - Frog Head - No Eyes
  • Quantity:1
  • Suggested Color: Green
  • 2 - Frog Eyes
  • Quantity:2
  • Suggested Color: Black
  • 1 - Frog Mouth
  • Quantity:1
  • Suggested Color: Pink

Given that the sensors are designed to sit outside, a PETG 3D Printer Filament should be used for all the parts. This kind of filament is readily available and can be used on almost any 3D printer. It holds up well in moisture and is very UV resistant making it perfect for the sensor.

Assemble the Frog Head

The eyes and mouth need to be glued in place (if printed separate from the head)

Face Componentscl

Use super glue and place the eyes and mouth just like in the picture:

Face Complete

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