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Ultimaker Fan-Duct

by Toni, published

Ultimaker Fan-Duct by Toni Jun 24, 2012
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Replacement fan-duct for the ultimaker 3d-printer. It is easy to print and works pretty good.

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Love the design, but it creates a lot a of back pressure and I burnt through 2 fans. This might work better with a 50x15mm fan instead of the stock sized 15x10mm.

100% infill + retraction, worked great. I also turned down the speed and temp to the default Cura settings, 50mm/s and 220 degrees. The fan duct works great (at least compared to the folded pos). Regarding getting it off the bed, I've been using two layers of tape and the wider tape, just peel the top layer of tape off the bed, then peel the tape off the part.

very thin walled
needs 100% infill to get solid

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