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March 10, 2016 AT 6:00 am

PrintrBot Blower Fan Mount #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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Studies have shown that a lot of air in a little spot is good for your 3d prints! I figure a blower fan will really jam some air in there, so why not give it a try?

This is sort of a remix, given that I made a new file from scratch, which was inspired by the original! I had a smaller blower fan (27mm x 20mm opening OD) that I’d scavenged from an old projector (they have so many fans in there!), so I needed a model with different opening dimensions.

I’ve created the file as a parametric Onshape template here, so that if I end up having to do this again I can simply adjust a couple of params + print again!

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