Replicator Hood fume extractor

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Replicator Hood fume extractor by drandolph Aug 18, 2012
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People were asking for a way to vent or manage fumes on the Replicator hood. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23386

This mounts with a 40mm fan and fits a 3" dryer tube.


All you need is a 40mm fan and 4 M3 bolts. if you use a 10mm fan then use 20mm bolts and 30mm bolts for a 20mm fan. The holes in the print will self tap. You can pick up a 3" dryer vent and hose clamp from your local hardware store and your done.

I also put in a fan guard inside so without a hose you can use this as a fume extractor by going to your local pet supply store and getting some activated filter carbon and some loss filter material. Just put in some filter up against the fan guard, fill with carbon and then top off with more filter.

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Any recommendation for the fan? I'm using a fan that doesn't seem to have enough power to be effective.

I printed this out, but there is a solid cylinder that blocks the air flow from venting. Any tips?

cool design. how did you hook up the power?

Hey, trying to print this, but getting a STL issue, could you re-upload the file, and repair it by chance? Thanks