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E3D v6 integrated fan layer

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E3D v6 integrated fan layer by shuttl3d Oct 22, 2014
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This designs allows you to place a layer fan integrated with the E3D V6 own fan.
This support consists of two parts:

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Could u post the sketchup files please?

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Could u post the sketchup files please?

Could u post the sketchup files please?

Can you upload SketchUp files please?

Can you post any step files for these? I would like to modify to use a 40mm fan for the E3D to help with noise from the fan.

Thanks

Sorry but I only have the stl and the SketchUp files :(

Hi, in what software did you model this? I have tried similar designs in Rhino, but the fan shrouds on the sides just won't turn out right. The problem is that in Rhino 'shelling' often fails and produces invalid results because Rhino tends to separate the outside and the inside surfaces.

I've used SketchUp to make the design

¡Funciona genial! Muchas gracias.

Seems to fit a bit loose on my E3dv6 1.75mm hotend. Also, the print fan sits very loose between the tabs for mounting. Have to add a few washers inside there to get it to not wobble.
The heatsink fan mount is about 2mm too tall, and touches my heatblock.
Using a ziptie to hold the open version closed around the heatsink doesn't seem to provide quiet enough torque, and still slips around. Going to try scaling this a bit.

Found out the same issue after printing this. I'm also using a v6 bowden version.

Scherdin - in reply to

I'm experience similar problem. Also using e3d v6 1.75mm Bowden.

Nov 4, 2014 - Modified Nov 4, 2014
shuttl3d - in reply to

Thanks for your comment! We are going to fix the problems! We did not have these problems, but we will review what you say

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