This in an improvement on my previous Magnetic Effector. Its improvements are: it holds up to three 5015 centrifugal fans, a LED light ring and a z-probe. This provides plenty of cooling for printing PLA and a well-lit work area. There are versions for both E3D and J-Head hotends.
The E3D version was designed and tested to work with an E3D hotend or a Geeetech all-metal hotend.
The J-Head version has been tested to work with a Genuine J-Head hotend.
I use the z-probe temporarily for auto-calibration.
You might want to use these with my carriage designs.
If you need the ball studs, I had quite a few made, so I offer them for $1 each.
I also precisely build carbon fiber arms to work with these.
- Up to three 5015 centrifugal fans similar to these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-pcs-Brushless-DC-Cooling-Blower-Fan-5015B-12V-50x50x15mm-2-Wires/141324730524
- An LED light ring, which has an outside diameter of 60mm and inside diameter of 50mm. There are many inexpensive ones on Amazon and eBay.
- 6 ball studs (which I sell for $1 each, plus postage).
- 6 M3 Nyloc nuts for the ball studs.
- 2 M3x10 socket head cap screws and 2 M3 nuts.
- an M3x25 socket head cap screw and M3 nut for each fan.
- a small amount of tape, for shimming the hotend, to make it tight. Silicone glue or caulking, or rubber cement also works well.
- a switch if you would like to use the z-probe. I only use the z-probe for auto-calibration and then I remove it.
- a 30mm axial fan, if you are using a J-Head.