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The epoxy won’t affect the functionality of the electronics, because it’s not conductive. But, you need to make sure the device wiring is completely finished, and you need a way to provide power. For power, you could use a battery, but you won’t have anyway to charge or replace it when it dies. A better option is to do what Kodera2t did and embed a wireless charging coil into the epoxy with the rest of the device — an ESP32 in this case. Once you pour the epoxy, you’ll be left with a functional device that doubles as decoration.

The epoxy won’t affect the functionality of the electronics, because it’s not conductive. But, you need to make sure the device wiring is completely finished, and you need a way to provide power. For power, you could use a battery, but you won’t have anyway to charge or replace it when it dies. A better option is to do what Kodera2t did and embed a wireless charging coil into the epoxy with the rest of the device — an ESP32 in this case. Once you pour the epoxy, you’ll be left with a functional device that doubles as decoration.

The epoxy won’t affect the functionality of the electronics, because it’s not conductive. But, you need to make sure the device wiring is completely finished, and you need a way to provide power. For power, you could use a battery, but you won’t have anyway to charge or replace it when it dies. A better option is to do what Kodera2t did and embed a wireless charging coil into the epoxy with the rest of the device — an ESP32 in this case. Once you pour the epoxy, you’ll be left with a functional device that doubles as decoration.