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for He3d K200 cool fan by he3d2016 Aug 12, 2017
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for He3d K200 cool fan, according to your own situation, adjust the nozzle height if it have to.
hope you will enjoy it!

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After printing these and installing along with the 50mm fans ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071WMHNG5 ) I did not use them for the following reasons.
1- the fan s themselves stick out over the effector by a fair amount. The result of this is that it can and will hit the x an y belts on a large build ( x-y wise ). So effectively, they will limit the build size.
2- The position of the duct exit was more toward the heat block and not the nozzle, i.e they point more toward the from near the extruder fan then the rear where the nozzle is.
3- They are also too high and blow on the heater block.

Off to find / make a better solution. Thanks for the effort.

Hi!
Did you find anything better than this?
It's pretty poor! :/

Ta,
Chris

do you have a link for the fan used?

how do you attach these?

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