Makerbot Replicator Air Guard

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Makerbot Replicator Air Guard by mirrorboy Oct 19, 2012
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By placing the bottom of the extruder fan, you can guard from wind go to printed things.


If you want to print the 3D thin, Try setting referring to the examples below.

Feedrate(mm/s) :8
Travel Feedrate :50

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There are so many fan mounts to cool the models quicker that it never occurred to me to try the opposite. I will experiment with this very interesting!

Thanks for your comment.

In my makerbot, plate temperature is higher, my abs object stick.

So i think the fan air should not go to printed object which cool down the object.

but your suggestion is worth a try.