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After yesterday's revelation about using PVC as the body with 3D-printed parts a length of PVC was purchased at a hardware store. 2" trade-size schedule 40 PVC seemed like a good fit so a 5' length was purchased. I don't know what sizes of PVC may be available in places which use metric but it should be able to fit a Raspberry Pi Zero.

Measuring the PVC pipe

Necessary parts were sketched on paper as a guideline for what will be modeled. These parts were intended to make the PVC a suitable tagger body while still maintaining the functionality of a body that had been fully 3D-printed.

Sketch of parts

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