3D Printed goTenna Mesh Mounts and Enclosures


#63

This biolite solarpanel 5+ does not support passthrough charging.


#64

Hi Briann, was wondering if you were interested in selling those Gotenna fins. I don’t have a 3D printer, but would love one of those things.

-Austin


#65

Current prototype design for a dual transmitter holder for the gotenna mesh and Sonnet.


This is designed to be extremely rugged and houses all the electronics in an off-the-shelf metal case.

https://leeselectronic.com/en/category/2444-diecast


#66

I don’t think its worth shipping internationally for me personally but you’re welcome to have places like shape-ways print it for you. Any other USA based members are welcome to sell them AT COST.

Just be sure to remember the rail mount isn’t universal. You’ll have to print out an adapter to fit your vehicle and bolt to the fin using the original bolting pattern.


#67

Okay, great!
Thank you Briann, and great design by the way, very cool!


#68

Here’s an updated Gotenna Mesh enclosure prototype.

Input ports will be for power and data (USB sdk).

Going for a “The Martian”/NASA look.

Enclosure is the anodized aluminum B2-080GD.


#69

Looks great! I assume that’s the revised top faceplate? Is this designed for outdoor mounting as it is (i.e. waterproof)?


#70

It will be waterproof. I only have the TPU 3D printing gasket material in black right now. I’ll need to get some in gray before I finish it off.


#71

Awesome! That and the nice clean design make for an impressive package. Someday soon this will make building mesh even simpler than it already is.