In part 1 of the Mini Museum display case project I 3D printed and prepared the components for the Mini Museum display case. In part 2 I soldered the electronics that control the LED strips and the ultrasonic sensor. In this final article I will do the final assembly and mounting of the display case.
Below I have described the the final assembly of the Mini Museum display case, as well as the materials and tools that are required for the steps in this article.
- A sheet of white A4 paper
- Screws or double sided tape (for the wall mount)
- Box cutter or scissors
The motion sensor in action.
The display case works very well. The lit up Mini Museum is a great piece to spruce up an otherwise empty wall. It gets positive reactions from guests and I often find myself stopping in front of the Mini Museum when walking by.
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