P3steel 2.x - RAMPS fan mount

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P3steel 2.x - RAMPS fan mount by toolson Oct 4, 2015


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This is a fan mount for RAMPS/MEGA combo for my P3steel 2.x.

The part allows you to mount 2 40mm fan to cool you ramps and stepperdriver.

The fan mount is modified version of schlotzz fan mount.
Thanks for the nice designed part.

To use 2 fans I designed the coupler part.

It's the next part of a complete series for P3steel parts. I redesigned every part based on my long time experience with the P3 steel.

Please share your makes!


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Thanks for the project. It works fine.
I will also add the fan guards.

whats your board? please send me a link to where I can purchase it from


Check ebay, amazon or any other printer shop. It is the most common board ever.

But yours is kinda blue and black like an arduino and in the web I only see ramps 1.4 whichc is red

I spend some time to find a black one ;)

Its a RAMPS from SainSmart. I don't know if they are still available.

Fantastic design! I'll be printing one very soon.

But more importantly, I LOVE what you've done with your screw terminals. I've already fried one arduino because of an errant strand on my heater terminals.
Can you detail what you've done to make everything so clean? Or perhaps post a link to a tutorial for that kind of wire termination?


Perfect electrical wiring!

I really like how you minimized plastic and print time by just connecting the two fan edges together in the middle. Very clever idea.

Ouch, I have tried to order my wires like you but mission failed.

Can you post more pictures? I love your printer mods