fan converter 30x30 to 40x40 for Tronxy supercooler
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Simple yet usefull converter so you will be able to use 40x40mm fan for cooling parts with
Works on tronxy x1, probably on tronxy x3 as well.
Can be used as a generic fan converter but you cannot use generic fan converter with Tronxy X3 Supercooler as it will simply not fit, it needs to be flat on one side and that means fan is not centered.
does not matter
print with bigger fan mounting on bottom
Walls are thin (my fault, poor design skills) so be carefull, they are working fine tho, check your gcode before printing if there is no problems. ( I needed to tweak some stuff because it wanted to print with some holes as walls was too thin)
Sliced in Cura 2.5
You need to attach smaller fan attachment to a part cooling shroud from Tronxy X3 Supercooler but flat part needs to be positioned correctly so it will fit to printer. You can use screws, I fused two parts together using 3d pen and used screws only to hold parts together while gluing up.
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