ultimaker fanduct V2

Ultimaker fanduct V2 for use with the V2 hotend, solidworks 2013 and step file included

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Ultimaker fanduct V2 for use with the V2 hotend, solidworks 2013 and step file included

Instructions:

- print with the opening of the fan in the direction of the fan for good cooling of the print
- since this print has steep angles, you get better results printing this with your ultimaker tilted (about 20-30 degrees)
- ** IMPORTANT ** use nylon spacers between aluminium and fan, otherwise PLA can become too soft during printing and deform towards the hotend

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Mini dt blackDroneTechTv printed this ago
Carousel thumb ultimaker fanduct v2
Printed on:
Ultimaker - Ultimaker Original
Result:
Fits perfectly the stock fan (50mm). Looking nice (see screen capture)
E74bce6137881db0d7b3d05830eeecd8?default=blank&size=40André Walz added this to the hotend collection ago
8e0fdb978f57c18ef5450fb985180180?default=blank&size=40Gijs commented ago

I accidentally see your comment today. Seems there is no notification system for comments (yet)

The platform you see is indeed a bakelite platform based on linen. Works very well for nylon printing!

8e0fdb978f57c18ef5450fb985180180?default=blank&size=40Gijs published this design ago
Mini madfish avatarcatohagen commented ago

Thanks for this :)
Is that a bakelite buildplatform in the picture ?