Thanks to Toolson for this wonderfull fandcut design.
I modified this fanduct to fit a (experimental) Rostock Mini (derivate) I have sitting around for years. Sitting around for years (unfinished) because of well-founded fears that the whole machinery must be dismantled in favor of construction ethics.
Original Rostock Mini source by Brian Evans – link.
The platform in this modification is taken from Rostock Mini Pro by 3D Printer Czar. It is interchangeable with the original Rostock Mini platform.
I could not yet test it as my Ramps board is being a bit salty right now.
All files are available for download on github in STL and STEP format.
This modification is published under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
The print cooling fans are Unitedpro 3510. They are good but quite expensive today. As of time of writing this post they cost around 15€ incl. shipping. Each.
Credits and sources
- Original Fanduct v3 is made by Toolson (scheuten.me) published under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
- Platform model taken from https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:318971
- e3d v6 3d model taken from https://grabcad.com/library/e3d-v6-1-75mm-bowden-1 made by Jeison Souza
- e3d v6 is published and sold by e3d-online.com