So it seems a lot of us run into issues once it comes time to cure our medicine. Especially in the summertime when temps are in the 90's or >. This thread is for sharing ideas on how to make a DIY cure box that will provide a perfect cure and environment every time that it is used. I think it would be best for us to create a cheap budget friendly version and a not so cheap version. The basic premises is to use a chest freezer and make it a collar like home brewers do when making keezers
and then rig a temp and humidity controller outside of our box. The big challenge it seems is once the air inside our cure box goes over 62% RH we then need to exhaust that air and replace it with air that is 60% RH and 60F. This brings dew point into play and that needs to be considered and ultimately overcome as well.
Dew Point Calculator is a web resource created by the Image Permanence Institute to help express and visualize the relationship between temperature, relative humidity and dew point.