Kangaroo Mini PC case with 40mm fan

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Kangaroo Mini PC case with 40mm fan by cpapplefamily Oct 30, 2016
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This is my first thing I created. The Kangaroo Mini PC runs hot. This Thing will allow you to add a 40mm fan to cool it. If you get a 5vdc fan you could power it from the USB port. Download the *.ipt file to modify it for yourself in Inventor.

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Thank you! I had given up on this thing and thrown it in a drawer to deal with later. I printed / shipped this direct from thingverse and received the unit in about 4 days.


Old temps were around 90/95c with ambient 70f and was CPU throttling constantly.
New temps 70/75c at 70f ambient - no throttling so far.

Used a 40mm x 20mm fan with a 10cfm rating / and an adjustable 12v dc wall adapter with screw post ends (for led lighting) so I can adjust speed. Wired the 12v DC to screw post adapter so I only had to cut/strip the fan wires and not the adapter wires.


I'm glad it could help someone. Can you believe this was my first thing i created to use. Not just a 3d trinkets.