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|Material=Necessary materials are listed here below by category.
 
|Material=Necessary materials are listed here below by category.
  
==== Box materials ====
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==== For the box ====
 
* poplar plywood 3mm-thick for laser cutting
 
* poplar plywood 3mm-thick for laser cutting
 
{{Idea|Poplar is pretty cheap and allows precise and fast laser cutting}}
 
{{Idea|Poplar is pretty cheap and allows precise and fast laser cutting}}
 
* brass bar 80x7x2mm - to change and increase the touching area with regards to the capacitive sensor
 
* brass bar 80x7x2mm - to change and increase the touching area with regards to the capacitive sensor
 
{{Info|A 1m-length brass bar can be found in DIY store for about 7€ but is easily replaceable by any conductive material whatever is shape.}}
 
{{Info|A 1m-length brass bar can be found in DIY store for about 7€ but is easily replaceable by any conductive material whatever is shape.}}
* Transparent PLA for 3D printing:
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* transparent PLA for 3D printing:
 
** access door to base tier
 
** access door to base tier
 
** figurine's stand and support - the stand will also diffuse the LED-ring light
 
** figurine's stand and support - the stand will also diffuse the LED-ring light
 
** button for volume control
 
** button for volume control
 
** lateral joints
 
** lateral joints
* Colored PLA (according to maker's preference) for the figurine and/or scenery set on top of the box
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* colored PLA (according to maker's preference) for the figurine and/or scenery set on top of the box
  
 
==== Electronic supplies ====
 
==== Electronic supplies ====
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* some screws to fasten sensors and other components inside the box tiers
 
* some screws to fasten sensors and other components inside the box tiers
 
* cables and jumper wires
 
* cables and jumper wires
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==== CAD & programming ====
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* Inkscape, 2D CAD software to create and adapt cutting and engraving patterns for the box
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* TinkerCAD, Blender or any 3D CAD software to create or modify figurine and other box printable components
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* Arduino IDE, programming environment adapted to Arduino and used to create and transfer the code managing all interactions between sensors and the outside world
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{{Idea|All 2D- and 3D- source files (.svg, .stl) are available on this page's "Files" tab. }}
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==== Machines & tools ====
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* laser cutter, usually available in FabLabs
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{{Warning|Regarding the wood panels to be laser cut, the more plane - hence not warped -  they are the better for precision cut. When buying those panels of plywood, don't hesitate to tell the vendor they will be used for laser cutting.}}
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* 3D printer, also available in FabLabs
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* soldering iron and materials
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{{Warning|Besides the obvious burning danger for oneself and/or surroundings when handling the soldering iron, some electronic components might be very sensitive to heat and need to be kept away from too much heat exposure. One must use caution and proceed gradually - no more than 2-3 seconds at a time.}}
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* screwdriver, wire cutters, saw, etc.
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* Dremel-like tool
 
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