120*120*30 mm computer case fan

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120*120*30 mm computer case fan by kapuofthe May 12, 2013
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Designed with OpenSCAD.

Assembly guide:

  1. Print a cover normally
  2. Print a fan blade upside down
  3. Attach wires to a motor
  4. Glue the motor onto the cover (There are holders for the motor)
  5. Insert the fan blade onto the mounting screw of the motor (You must use glue to secure the joint)

Motor's max body size: 28 18 mm (DH)
Recommended mounting screw diameter: 1.6 mm but you can adjust the size of the hole with drill if necessary.

You can buy any suitable motor on ebay but you can use something like this :

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Do you still have the OpenScad file for this? I'm learning OpenScad and want to design something similar for my printer.

Hi. I'm sorry, I don't have those files anymore because I have learned a lot since then and I was not satisfied with my syntax. But I recommend you to read this tutorial. http://www.makerbot.com/tutorials/openscad-tutorials/http://www.makerbot.com/tutori...
I am building a 3d printer at the moment and I will redesign more efficient model soon. Thank you for your patience. I should have visited here more requently.