Raise E3D v6 adapter 35 fan duct with mount for Filament blower fan
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I saw this fan mount and I liked what NickRimmer did. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2149774
So I mixed it with my E3D v6 adapter 35mm fan mount for the raise3d n-series printers.
v2 of cooling duct. re did the position of the mount to raise it up to allow for the nozzle part from the original to be installed.
I will also put out a 35mm fan mount later for the normal raise3d Hotend.
.25 mm layers
2 x M3 by 12mm screws
2 x m3 threaded inserts (optional)
2 x 12V DC 50mm Blow Radial Cooling Fan Hotend Extruder For RepRap 3D Printer
There is an issue with the filament fan hitting the Z endstop at the front. Going to modify the the Left Filament Fan to be centered between the hotends.
Also I found the V1 side mounts were actually the perfect height so I will add them back in now.
due to the space limitations of the N-series printers in front of the print head carriage, the angled fan will not fit. It hits the front of the housing. I modified the design so the fan stand vertical, This fan is mounted to the right side so it faces out. Benefit of this, the left side mount could be used for an automatic bed leveling sensor attachment.
I updated the files to only include the primary parts. but the work in progress files are included in a zip file in case people want to experiment with using them for other printers.
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