CR-10 Heavy Duty Modular e3D V6 Fan Fang
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WARNING: NOT YET TESTED FOR BED CLEARANCE (see below)
I wont be able to test fit for nozzle clearance until my e3D V6 arrives. If anyone wants to give feedback please do so in the comments.
I have successfully printed this (see my make), however it's not the cleanest due to overhangs. I'm sure others will have a better print than me.
15% - 30%
Printed in PLA 190/30 on to tape. I used 3 perimeter shells in the hope that the part will last well. I used and small brim in order to improve bed adhesion. I used customised supports in Simplify3D to support the most extreme overhangs.
Remove all supports and install alongside https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2494642 "body" component. You will need 2 x 25mm M3 bolts and 2 x M3 nuts to attach this part to the body part.
How I Designed This
I used Netfabb to mesh the two parts together and cut away excess here and there.
This is designed to be used alongside the "body" from https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2494642 in order to mount an e3D V6 hotend to the CR-10/CR-10s while being able to keep the stock cooling fans (40mm hotend fan and 4010 radial part cooling fan)
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