Despite all this I recently decided to address the aesthetics of the unit, since I have never been completely happy with how the finished logger looks.
I had looked into some sort of low pressure over moulding, like this service from Techsil.
I then happened upon the idea of 3d printing a shell that could then be filled with epoxy resin. The design work was all done using onshape, a fantastic cloud based CAD modelling tool, and then printed via 3dhubs, another brilliant online resource.
So here is the first of the finished covered loggers, it's a bit rough round the edges still, but with a little work I hope for a much more professional look.
|BelfryBoy Logger with 3d printed cover|
|A nice little touch|