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100 mm channel fan to 30 mm pipe adapter

by mattheus, published

100 mm channel fan to 30 mm pipe adapter by mattheus Dec 30, 2012
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This is simple adapter for standard channel fan with 100 mm out to 30 mm pipe to be used with 3/4" water pipe adapter (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39745).

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Set walls thickness to 0.8 mm and print with normal or high quality.
This thing developed to be used with 3/4" water pipe adapter you can find here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39745

Note: if you want to print directly from .STL file you'll need to flip Y-Z planes to place thing correct on printing table.

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Wont that put a lot of strain on the motor?

No, exit hole of 30 mm still large enough to not put too much straing on the motor. I tested, even if close exit hole completely - channel fan motor works fine (just all air going back to front of fan). So you should not worry of this.

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