WTF! What Temp Filament
Am I Missing Something?
You dont need it
Why do you need that much cooling? What problem is this solving?
how much cfm would they all push
how much cfm would all those fans push
is the angled version of the dual fans available somewhere?
Could you shortly tell us something about the benefits? (I am pretty new to 3D printing^^) Does your setup aim at a better airflow for less stringing?
Depends on the part, there are 2 at work here (from the original mk3)
The first one is the angled fan. The stock fan you get is smaller, but I wanted a quieter fan and this improves cooling by 20% (according to the author). But if you replace the stock fan spot, it will hit the Z axis when it homes. With this mod i can have the bigger fan which cools it down faster (the hotend when done printing) and is quieter when runninghttps://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3484443
The second is this part, I customized it and bent it so I could fit all threehttps://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2978427
This improves cooling for the nozzle itself, helps with bridging and supports and whatnot. Example pic here https://cdn.thingiverse.com/renders/ee/73/f7/64/cc/f0b72f75684a01b74ff0f459a9f7b898_preview_featured.jpg
The first mod helps a tad, but not so much where you would see a difference probably. But the second mod (with the 2 duct fans) does help parts print better (at least overhangs), you would probably see more of a difference in that one if anything.
Hey man, would you be able to post the stl for the extra blower that you mounted on the hotend?
awesome, thank you!
boas. tiveste beneficios a colocar dual fan