Auminatus A1 40mm Fan Mount

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Auminatus A1 40mm Fan Mount by g00bd0g Mar 17, 2013
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This is to mount 1 or 2 40mm fans to your A1. You will need 2 m3x12 bolts for each fan.



I printed at .3mm and 40% infill. Flip the part over to print, I'm too lazy to re-orient the stl.

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