Double fans for Zortrax M200

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Double fans for Zortrax M200 by ccc Jan 2, 2015


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Warning: you will have to add a new fan connection in parallel to the right fan. Proceed at your own risk.

Print the double housing, add a 40mm fan

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Will this stop prints getting burn marks?


Some reported very good results, others not much better.

Best way would first check connections to heating cartridge then temperature probe. Also the grub screws that fix them.

If you still have burn marks after this then search for a way to lower the printing temperature by 10-15C. There are ways.

Are the Zortrax fans 12V or 24V? Printed it out and plan to install it as soon as I verify what the fan voltage is supposed to be.

Thanks for posting the file.

Fans are definitely 12V type.

There can be a problem with fans that don't accept 24V PWM'd to their normal 12V running voltage so check first that the model of fan you plan to buy in bulk will work first.

For example Sunon MagLev ME40101VX-000U-A99 will not work.

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The fan power is PWM'd so measuring voltage with a multimeter doesn't tell you much. The fans are 12VDC. Thanks for checking though.

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Nope. Only two wires needed to PWM power to any device. PWM is just power turned on and off at controlled frequency and duty cycle.

They are 24V type, have fun!


My Zortrax fans are all 12VDC. I just took the fan shroud off and verified this. I'm glad I didn't buy 24VDC fans.

That's strange. After I posted the question, I remembered that I had ordered an extra fan from Zortrax. The one they sent me is 12VDC. I'll check the line voltage to verify and report back.