A tested mount and part cooling solution for the Titan Aero and the standard Creality X carriage. There are no interferences with the X stepper housing or the X belt tensioner.
Enough space is available between the 5015 part cooling fan and the back of a pancake Nema stepper to fit a heatsink. Total weight including the carriage and rollers is 400g.
I'd suggest printing the parts in PETG or ABS for strength and resistance to heat from the hotend and stepper.
29/9/18: A revised duct that sites the outlet nozzles 8.5mm lower for use with Volcano hotends has now been added.
5/10/18: BL Touch mount added. V6 and Volcano ducts to suit full size stepper motors added. BL Touch brackets for V6 and Volcano added.
6/10/18: EZABL mount added.
So choose the mount version...ABL or non ABL, the duct to suit your stepper and hotend (pancake stepper or 38mm stepper, V6 or Volcano), and finally the ABL sensor mount.
Apologies. I think I had the wrong file uploaded for the V6 38mm Stepper duct. This is now corrected.
Apology 2: Apparently I still had the duct files wrongly named. Double, double checked and corrected.
2/2/19: CFD optimised ducts now uploaded. These all fit on the original version mount.
22/2/19: A Beta test MGN12H mount for the assembly has been added. Please not that there is no provision for belt retention, just because there's so many different ways of putting linear rails on a machine. But it would be an excellent and simple first project for someone to design a plate that is sandwiched between the mount and the MGN12H carriage to retain the belt ends.
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Both parts will print without support, the mount laying on it's back, and the duct on the flat upper front face. The first part of the curve upwards at the RHS of the duct might benefit from a little support.
The wall thickness is thick enough to get a decent surface over the sections of the duct that require bridging.
It needs a pancake Nema stepper, and there is enough space between the face of the part cooling fan and the back of the stepper to fit a heatsink. The part cooling fan then pulls air over the heatsink.