GUS Simpson fan duct for anUBIS hot end

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GUS Simpson fan duct for anUBIS hot end by NeoTheFox Apr 17, 2014
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Fan duct I made to cool down anUBIS hotend. It is designed for 40mm fan.

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what kind of printer is this? looks like a nice design!

It is GUS Simpson, like the title says. It is an experimental delta reprap, you can look it up easily. It is indeed very nice.

sorry i just looked up the hot end and ignored the rest :D
very nice principle! but isn´t the construction very wobbly?

It is just fine, I really like it and it works really good.