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Remix: Issues to me: The main plenum has lots of restriction as well as being un necessarily tall. I removed all the interior restriction as well as lowered the fan base.
2: I added some weld to the STL mount and a 4th gusset to the fang relative to the fan shroud. (the one place it would most likely flex was the one place where their were no gusseting.)
4: lots of material removed results in lower weight. (I didn't measure )
5: To-Do's add LED mount for integrated light in next remix. other than that. this thing works like a charm!
6: STL ABL and Non ABL (I just removed the ABL and smoothed. ) its quick and has absolutely no effect on the air flow. as its the outer wall not the inner wall.
Pics: Side by side comparisons.
Included are the remix compared to its predecessor.
]Print settings. remix: 2.5mm PLA I added supports on this one just to see. My previous print the predecessor I printed with only supports on the ABL portion. My best advice? use your best judgemnt.
I did print this one at a lower resolution than the first one just to see how it would turn out. Im happy enough to just "RUN with this one"
YMMV. & Thanks to all those before me.
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