Smart modular homes are one of the hottest topics of the past few years, thanks to the rise of the DIY and the explosion of technology.
In this post, I’ll take you through the basics of creating smart modular homes with a little help from our own personal DIY tools, but I also offer some ideas on how to improve upon the basic construction process.
I’ll be including a detailed step-by-step video showing you how to build a modular home from scratch in less than a day.
For this tutorial, I’m using a very basic model called the HomeGuru C100.
It was designed with two parts in mind: a large space to store and organize all your electronics, and a place for your thermostat and other accessories to sit.
This means that the only components you’ll need are a 3D printer and a power supply.
I picked the MakerBot Replicator 3, but you can also buy other printers and build your own.
Here’s how you do it.
First, grab a 3d printer (we’ll be using the Makerbot Replicator Mini).
You’ll need to pick a template that you can print from.
I chose the HomeKit template.
You can print any 3D model you want from the 3D Hubs online library.
Here’s a preview of the template.
You can get a free template at 3DPB.
Make sure to get a print that fits the size of your home.
I used a size 12 template that I printed out of the MakerBots 3D Print Shop.
I got it to about 12 inches tall.
Once you have the template, head over to the Home Depot.
The Home Depot has a wide selection of 3D printers and a wide range of power supplies.
If you’re looking for a printer to get started with, Home Depot is your best bet.
We’ll be making our first house with the HomeBot Replica C100, but the process is relatively simple.
I had to print out a new template and print out the entire structure from the bottom up.
The HomeGurk C100 has a total of six rooms that it can fit into.
I took a picture of each room and put it on the MakerGurks 3D Printer to get an idea of the layout.
After printing out the template from the Makerbots 3D print shop, I printed it out onto a printer and then printed out a second template.
The first template had a bit of a bump on the bottom, so I printed the second one out.
The 3D printed template was perfect for this purpose.
The template is ready to go and the rest is just a matter of drilling holes and screwing everything together.
The first thing you’ll want to do is drill a hole through the bottom of the first template.
Make sure that you don’t drill too deeply into the template or the power supply could come loose.
Now, screw the Power Supply through the hole that you drilled through the first one.
The Power Supply comes out of one of its power outlets.
Next, drill the holes for the Power Connectors on both the left and right sides of the power outlets and then screw them together.
Next, screw in the Power Connection to the Power Outlet.
Now you’ll have a Power Supply and Power Connector, and you can screw them all together to make a Power Connecting Ring.
Next, screw a Power Connection into the top of the Power Box.
And that’s it!
Once all of the parts are connected, you can install the first thing: the Power Home.
The rest of the setup is pretty simple.
Here’s what you’ll be installing: The Power Connecter is a standard Power Connected Power Outlets (PPCs).
The PPCs connect your computer to your home’s power grid.
The second Power Connections connects the power cord to the power strip, which is the plug that your computer plugs into.
This means the first power cord is connected to the home’s AC outlet and the second is connected directly to the house’s power supply and thermostatic switch.
The thermostatically controlled thermostant is also connected to a power strip and an AC outlet.
Power Outlets are connected to AC power outlets, so it’s also important that they are not connected to anything that can go wrong with the thermostats.
For the power harness to work, the PPC has to be connected to an AC socket or receptacle, like a wall outlet or a garage door opener.
Finally, the thermoregulator is connected by a wall adapter, like the power outlet.
So, to make sure everything is in place, the power is turned on and the thermos is turned off.
Since the power and thermos are