I had a recent inquiry to the overall dry weight of the camper. From my calculations and experience in loading the camper I would say somewhere in the ballpark of 600-700 pounds. I did not keep tabs on the weights of all inputs during the build. That would have been nice but there was enough detail to have to worry about in other realms so the calculations simply fell through the cracks.
I do know that the entire collection of sheetgoods (Nida-Core) weigh in at 32 pounds per and I had 10, minus the small segments leftover that were thrown away. Would have been 11 but ended up settling for a piece of 3/4" plywood- epoxied saturated and painted- for the backwall.
1) So the weight of 10 sheets of Nida Core = 320 pounds
2) one piece of 3/4" plywood = 30-45 pounds
3) must have at least 7 gallons of resin = 80-100 pounds
4) must have at least 40-50 pounds of cloth
(320) + (37.5) + (90) + (45) = 492
and my guess would have been around 600-700...so somewhere in the ballpark between 500-700 pounds
just right for the 1/2 ton with air bag helper springs...no issues in transit
I have never had a chance just yet, to actually obtain my truck total weight on a set of scales since the camper has been added. But I really feel good about the guesstimate projection.