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Exhaust System 40mm for Replicator

by LuisCruz, published

Exhaust System 40mm for Replicator by LuisCruz Nov 2, 2012

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Summary

I use ABS a lot. And i have the great replicator hood cover from drandolph designs.
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23386
Making big things with ABS tends to leave some bad fumes on the air.
I noticed that drandolph designs had some holes and cuts for some exhausting system. So i decided to make one.

Instructions

You need a 40mm fan for this Exhaust System

I printed both parts at:
10% Infill
0.27 Layer Height
2 Shells

Once printed, cut the aid rib from the Exhaust Block. If you can use a Tap on the holes for the fan with 3mm. Mount the fan on the Exhaust Block and the two on the back of the hood with four M3 screws. Insert the filter in the Exhaust Cover and assemble. (For the filter i use carbon active sponge)

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Where did you connect the wiring to?

to a DC12v power supply that i have in my workstation! But i think that there is a extra port on the makerbot board that you can connect another fan.

cool. thanks for the tip and a great exhaust fan to print!

Excellent! I don't think I'll make one though. I've come to associate abs fumes with productivity - lots of fumes means my printer's hard at work building cool stuff! Plus, I get a nice buzz...

:)  

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