Ender 3 S1 Original Fan Upgrade (Alternative)
3D model description
Hey, due to the new Ender 5S1 and its cooling tunnel, I also wanted something similar for the Ender 3S1 considering the original components.
The part simply replaces the original attachment and is an alternative to it. The cooling tunnel was built symmetrically, you can see that in the photos.
Nevertheless, the nozzle is not 100% centered, but slightly offset.
I can't say whether this is of any significance. It should only be mentioned here, because it cannot replace a larger fan, unfortunately.
3D printing settings
The part was printed in Cura 4.13 with a standard 0.4 nozzle in PETG. I would definitely recommend this for printing as it will deform later in PLA.
The part is also quite delicate and has a wall thickness of 0.8mm. However, after no load comes on it, that's okay.
Nevertheless, consider the wall thickness when pressing so that there are no gaps. I would therefore recommend 2 walls of 0.4 mm each. This worked wonderfully for me, you can also see in the Cura.
Furthermore, I would recommend Tree-Supports, simply to get rid of the support structure later. I have attached a screenshot for this as well.
Should there be any further questions or suggestions you can contact me :)
3D printer file information
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- Publication date: 2022-11-03 at 13:47
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