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FlyingBear Extruder Custom

by m0a, published

FlyingBear Extruder Custom by m0a Mar 1, 2017
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Summary

Flyingbear Extruder customize

print example

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print2

Additional parts

  • Cooling Blower Fan 2 Wires 5015S x1 example
  • Blower Fan screws x2
  • 50mm barrels x1 example
  • M6 nut x4 as a heatsink substitute

Print Settings

Printer:

Flyingbear P902

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2

Infill:

100%

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I noticed in the photo you have the fan removed from the front of the extruder. Is that ok or would you get heat creep from printing like that?

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