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Support for auxiliary fan

by Black_Knight, published

Support for auxiliary fan by Black_Knight Dec 27, 2012

Description

Small contribution, to cool the parts as they are printed, without having to set the fan to the extruder carriage.

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You can switch the fan on whenever you need it to cool down your print

By the way, I had seen your posts and really liked them.

A greeting.

Thanks for your suggestion, fact is that the plastic cooling needs little if any, use the fan to cool over the top of estrusor and especially the engine, however was the only size available to him.

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Instructions

You will need:
1 M8 threaded rod
1 Barclamp of I2 Prusa
3 nuts and 3 washers M8

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mrdummy on Jan 7, 2013 said:

Big fan on hotbed might cool down the hotbed too much. Be careful with big fans.
I still prefer small fan on carriage, you don't need many air to cool a bit.

Black_Knight on Jan 7, 2013 said:

By the way, I had seen your posts and really liked them.

A greeting.

Black_Knight on Jan 7, 2013 said:

Thanks for your suggestion, fact is that the plastic cooling needs little if any, use the fan to cool over the top of estrusor and especially the engine, however was the only size available to him.

Roach on Dec 30, 2012 said:

Doesn't this just make your prints split more severely?

Black_Knight on Jan 9, 2013 said:

You can switch the fan on whenever you need it to cool down your print

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