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And here's a picture of a 120v 80mm fan grafted on to the outside of the power supply. It is always on, so it makes a small amount of noise all on its own, but the internal fan on the power supply doesn't run as often, so the net is less racket. I can even hear the steppers and extruder now. I was ...
- Wed Apr 11, 2018 9:56 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Single extruder fan duct for a 40mm fan
- Replies: 5
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So everything is working fine and i had some time to look at that big ugly part cooling fan on my N1. I already had a 40mm fan lying around as spare for my Clone R1 so i decided to use it with a new fan duct. Airflow on this one is alot closer to the nozzle and works fine with my other printer. I a...
i'm thinking to upgrade the fan on the extruder and install two 96mm fans in the mainboard. I want to install four 40mm fans on the double extruder. I saw that 40mm fan have only 3 or 4 pin connector, but the printer need 2 pin connector. On the main board there is a place to connect two 96mm fans?
Also for me going with a flowrate of 65 is extreme. In idea maker and simplify3d my flowrate is 100% and I have no problem. It s a ockward behavior in cura. The filament is set at 1.75. I will try to reset the cura profile.... Maybe something else is affecting the print.
- Tue Apr 03, 2018 11:10 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Improvements by using TMC2130 driver.
- Replies: 35
- Views: 2870
Let me know if i'm right or i forget something: I'm want to install 5 SureStepr SD2224 Stepper driver (manual vref adjustment) for ma X,Y,Z axis and my 2 extruder. I: #1 power off printer #2 open electronics bay #3 remove all 5 stock stepper drivers. #4 Set switches in the stepper sockets for X, Y, ...