MP Select Mini Side Cooling Panel Mod
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This is a replacement side panel for the Monoprice Select Mini (Malyan M200) 3D printer. This is particularly useful for those who operate in high ambient temperatures, those who keep their printer in an enclosure for ABS printing or anyone who has added a compact power supply inside the main housing to replace the external one. If none of those conditions apply for you, this is probably overkill...but it looks cool ;-)
For those with only a Select Mini, the panel is printed in two pieces, and held together by dovetail and the fan. For those with access to a larger printer, it can be printed in one piece. In addition, there is a fan grill to protect the blades and your fingers.
Here are two 40x10 fans I would reccomend:
MAJOR UPDATE: There was an error in the USB/SD port locations, apologies to anyone who already made one! ( Thanks to Katostrofik for catching it )
Update 1: Added DWG for anyone who wants to lasercut it
Update 2: Made the Split version easier to print flat on the Mini.
Update 3: Added passive vented version for those who do not want to add fans.
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