Cool yourself in the heat of the summer on your desktop whit this 120mm 3d printed fan!
Easy adjustable fan in any direction u prefer!
Normal Fan STL and Turbo version Fan.stl files are just for Thingiview purpose to see how it looks in 3D !
Upgraded version added 6/8/2018
Turbo fan version, stronger winds by at least 40%+ than compare to normal fan version!
Use Turbo stack as back cover, turbo feet for better support at greater tilt whit turbo stack adding more weight to the back! Normal feet hold turbo version only around 10% tilt to the back !!!
Printing details :
Infill: 30 % or more whatever u desire!
Print whit support: support everywhere only Feet.stl and turbo feet version part other parts don't need support!
Warning!!! print part ball socket thread whit 0.1 layer- this is needed so nut can be screwed in normally!!!!! If u have any problems screwing it in just heat the thread part ( not the nut part whit ball ) whit hair fan for a a little bit till its a bit soft and screw in the nut and leave it screwed till its cooled off then it will stay good permanent!
Part: ball and nut whit integrated support: already got built in support, remove it after its done!
Use brim on all parts if u got bad adhesion on 3d printer printing area!
Tighten the feet and ball nut together trough middle hole whit screw,external tooth washer and nut good so it doesn't move!
Tighten thread whit main frame whit 4 screws from top to bottom- when fan is placed into main frame it stays in place good because of screws heads keeping it in place!
if the system moves to freely u can put some cutted rubber band pieces inside socket before assembly so its a tighter fit!
Use highest RPM 12v 120mm fan possible!
Use 12v 2.5 amp power supply for high RPM- more wind from your fan!
Special thanks to : Brisemuth
Keep it cool!