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Fan holder 120mm Corsair AF120 for Prusa

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Fan holder 120mm Corsair AF120 for Prusa by capitaenz Oct 29, 2012
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I like the design of binaryconstruct http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:26779 but the Corsair fans have a different (smaller) gap.
I have completely rebuilt the holder with Sketchup.
The fan has 63.47 CFM at 30dBA.
I have two of them running (one on each side) with this controller: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:22202

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I've tried it.
Please explain how you did it.

  1. Measure the width of the two rods
  2. the center of the holes in the fan are about 104.5mm apart. So mock up that in something like blender, then take the thing, line it up to the 104.5mm things with the part that hooks into the fan.
  3. modify the model to where the clip that hooks onto the bars go out that far(easy math req, something like distanceBetweenRods - 104.5/2, or something).
  4. there is no step 4.

How would you calculate how long to make these for a printer thats wider on the x axis than yours?

Nvm, I figured out an easy way to do it.

That looks so bad ass! I'm jealous..

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