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This a great article that helped me a lot building my biltong box, which I finished just yesterday. I've been testing the temperature and humidity since this morning and it seems to be running well. From the research I've acquired over the past few weeks on temp and humidity, there's no exact measurement so I'm basing mine in the range of 25°C - 35°C and 30%-50% (I collated the information from a UK research paper on drying meats such as biltong and others).http://acmsf.food.gov.uk/sites/default/files/mnt/d...I ordered all my items from amazon.com (RSA living in the US). It all arrived within a week and costed me about $40-$50 for everything. Here's my list:- 68L plastic box- 5 x dowel rods- 2 x 80cm computer fans (I converted the fans to fit a wall outlet with an old charger plug)- 60w light bulb- light fixture with a cord and switch- 24cm x 15cm vent cover- Thermometer-hygrometer (reads temp and humidity)- Mosquito net for the fan and ventThe plastic was easy to measure/write on and convenient to cut (I used my Leatherman 95% of the time and a drill to make the holes for the dowels). See my pics, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll be making my spice and drying the meat this week :)Louis, your steps and information were a massive help! Many thanks!
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