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This part is to be used with 3DTox product (now available here: http://3dmodularsystems.com/en/3dtox/423-3dtox-le-purificateur-d-air-pour-imprimante-3d.html)
It's an integrated air scrubber that will suck up and filter most of the toxic particles generated by 3DPrinters plastics when printing.
This nozzle tip is compatible with 3DTOx and Scalar 3D Printers.
It is designed to be installed at the front of the Hotend holder, and should replace the front cooling turbine.
The front turbine can be placed at the back of the carriage.
You can use included part: BlowerFanHolder_Long_Simple.stl in order to hold the blower fan at the back.
It has a longer nozzle so the airflow will reach the printed part.
This was specially designed so that the generated particles are either directly sucked up when the cooling fan is off.
If the cooling fan is on and placed at the back, the airflow will push the generated particles directly inside the air filter nozzle.
Enjoy safe 3D printing!
Special note about .Rsdoc file
This file is to be opened using Design Spark Mechanical (free CAD tool)
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