Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

dodonash
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Re: Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

Post by dodonash » Wed May 06, 2015 5:17 am

i have same proplem i need a stl file for fan for geeetech prusa i3 pro i print the one is attat put it is rong

jgvonk
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Re: Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

Post by jgvonk » Wed May 06, 2015 6:18 pm

You alsow need to print the carridge of the Pro B to use the fanduct.

JETNC
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Re: Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

Post by JETNC » Tue Jul 21, 2015 3:46 pm

I'm new to printing, I've only made some 10mm test cubes. How does the air blowing onto the print help the process?

I have a dual extruder i3 Pro C. It seems like my fan only cools the back of the two motors. .....

Sherry
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Re: Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

Post by Sherry » Tue Jul 21, 2015 4:49 pm

JETNC wrote:I'm new to printing, I've only made some 10mm test cubes. How does the air blowing onto the print help the process?

I have a dual extruder i3 Pro C. It seems like my fan only cools the back of the two motors. .....
regarding to i3 Pro C,the fan mounted to extruder is for cooling extruder .so it could not used to cool printer.

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Re: Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

Post by JETNC » Wed Jul 22, 2015 1:56 am

Is the fan very efficient for cooling the extruders if it's mounted at the back of the motor?

Also, at what point during the print process should the fan cool? Is it off and on to regulate the extruder tamp as needed?

Sherry
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Re: Fanduct for Prusa i3 Pro and Pro B for better resolution

Post by Sherry » Fri Aug 07, 2015 3:06 pm

JETNC wrote:Is the fan very efficient for cooling the extruders if it's mounted at the back of the motor?

Also, at what point during the print process should the fan cool? Is it off and on to regulate the extruder tamp as needed?
do you point to PWM fan? it is controled by g-code.

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