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UMO fanduct for 3dSolex and E3D nozzles
3.5 mm shorter fanduct to be able to install the nozzles from 3dSolex and E3D without hitting the bed.3D printer parts and enhancements
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3.5 mm shorter fanduct to be able to install the nozzles from 3dSolex and E3D without hitting the bed. I printed it with XT. the STL is in a strange orientation so you need to rotate it in cura 120 degrees and I recommend to rotate it so the overhang of the mounting bracket is cooled well, when printing with XT.
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Just a drop in replacement of the UMOs fan shroud. You maybe need to trim the 3mm threaded rod a bit (I can't tell as I did that a while ago).
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I modified the design to use 40mm fans, and I added a right side fanduct for a dual fan setup.
@catohagen, sure! :) it is there under downloads. Please share the result.
Hi, could you share the 3d model too ? (.stp ?)
I want to modify and add slots where the m3 nuts sit so they dont come loose...
@charger 01, you should turn your heater block by 90 degrees so the duct does not hit it.
- Printed on:
- Ultimaker - Ultimaker Original
- Fits perfect, an isolation between fan duct and hot end should be installed .-)