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Desktop Bladeless Fan V2
Desktop bladeless fan, with impeller.For your home
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Desktop bladeless fan, Version 2!
Uses a custom designed impeller to move the air instead of a normal fan.
Airflow is much higher on this Version 2.
Things you'll need:
RS-380 motor; (Don't use this motor higher than 8000 RPM!)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/For-MABUCHI-RS-380SH-20150-DC12-24V-10000-21000RPM-High-Speed-- - Carbon-Brush-Motor-/121992439564
PWM speed controller;
3x 624 Bearing;
4x ISO4762 or ISO4014 M4 x 10 bolt;
4x M4 nut
A metal shaft, see in pictures. (A normal 3D-printed shaft will work fine but a metal, turned shaft reduces vibration and noise.)
Dust filter or fine mesh so the impeller doesn't clog up over time.
Download the Assembly manual here:
20-3-2017: Updated eBay RS-380 motor link. (eBay seller changed link)
19-7-2016: Updated the 'ShaftCoupling' and added 'Impeller-Cap'.
23-7-2016: Uploaded Assembly manual.
- Printed on:
- Ender 3 Pro
- Works Ok, but incredibly noisy due to fan vibration. Modified the fan housing to take a power jack. Bought an external power block that had variable voltage built in
- The upper shroud won't print the way the documentation says - had to print as per lower shroud. Support detritus is impossible to shift. Might be better to print shroud as an inner and outer? Notwithstanding these minot criticisms, many thanks for publishing the design
Does the motor holder need to be printed with support?
One more question, what do I need to power this motor?
Hi, the motor link to Ebay doesnt work again. I'm not sure which one to purchase?
Hey, super design ! But what about the electric supply ? Which one do you use ? 12v 5A ?
LowerHousing print guide plz