16-Blade EDF Pod For 3-4S Brushless
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My first self designed EDF Unit for Brushless Motor. Tested today after printing it with PLA, and mounted on a 2800Kv motor with customized motor-to-fan shaft and 3S LiPo. The fan surprisingly didn't had any issue up to max RPM with have been over 30k RPM, giving a (unmeasured yet) good feelable thrust of about 800g wich will increase with newer versions. The fan is of simple design with 16 blades. I would love suggestions and eventual hints by more expert designers! I know PLA is not the best for this application but this is my very first week of approaching 3D printing world so i just wanted to test out everything.
The motor mounting may look small but it fitted the outrunner i had for the test.
Duplicator I3 PLUS
Printed with TRONXY 802: white PLA - 210° extruder - 50° bed - 65% overall feed - Repetier sliced low honeycomb infill.
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Designed with Rhinoceros
This Thing is for Radio Controlled planes prolulsion or experimental purposes.
Motor used: Old but prolly still available 2800Kv outrunner combo with 40A ESC ( I think it ddn't had Bec yet) from HK
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