When I get mine together, I'll let you know how it went. I tinker with arduino (arduini??) as a hobby, so I don't think it'll be that bad.My soldering skills are still very sub par. I do ok if I am soldering larger stuff, but fine soldering for the gauge wiring that is needed to make this work optimally is still a bit beyond my abilities. I still practice periodically and hope to improve enough to do the build sometime in the near future. I managed to snag a Mattel collector PKE Meter for under 300 dollars so I am currently using that one in my holster, but to be honest I had more fun holding and using the EGB styled EMF/PKE Meter I built at my group's last (but first) event for free comic book day. I just posted that one today in this forum if you want to check it out.
I used a black nylon Husky Tape Measure for my matty collector PKE Meter. I lightly sanded the husky logo and then used some of the black leather dye I had left over from doing my belt gizmo holster.About how close do the Matty Collector and the CountDeMonet PKE meters resemble each other in size? I don't have a Matty Collector one to compare against, and I was wondering if the Husky tape measure holder would work for the 3D printed one.
I will eventually get braver after I do a bunch more soldering practice, and will at that point try to finish it up.
Just bought it and it fits great. Thanks for the advice!Glad to help. I got the idea to use that particular holster after running across someone selling a modified version of it on eBay as a PKE meter holster.
what are they sold at home depot as?this is the item listing on their website for it.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-Tape- ... /203207976
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