200mm Fan Mount for MendelMax

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200mm Fan Mount for MendelMax by machinekoder Jan 4, 2013
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This is a 200mm fan mount to attach a 200mm fan to the frame of MendelMax.


  1. Print it
  2. Mount it
  3. Mount the fan
  4. ?
  5. Profit

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hmm, I have a 200mm fan I do not use ... and an incoming 3d printer to use, soon.
Now I'm wondering what is the profit of the 200mm fan ? For what are you using it for, specifically ? I'm new to 3d printing, so I will gladly listen to your advices.
Thanks !

I added the fan for part cooling. Removed it when I needed the fan elsewhere. This kind of approach is not very good for part cooling anyway, however, it could be suitable to cool the heating plate when a print is finished (so one can remove the print more quickly)

Thanks for your answer ! Hmm... cooling the heating plate when the print is done seems a good idea to me. Ok thank you again for your advice.