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Creality K1/ K1 Max Aux Fan Silencer

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  • 1 make

Licence CULTS - Private Use
Publication date 2023-08-01 at 05:47
Design number 1355851
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  • Retro D Silencer for K1 Aux fan Pin.stl
  • Retro D Silencer for K1 Aux fan.stl

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3D model description

Hi Guys Im Retro D
And I designed this Silencer to Dampen the crazy noise from the Aux fan.

Even at 100%, it's quieter than my Ender 3 S1 pro. Which I barely Hear after Attaching my Sprite cooling system.
Super surprised and happy with how well it works
I designed it to take air from the back and bottom of the case to reduce the noise at much as possible as the noise is directed away from you.

Some of the Main differences to the normal grill models you find are as follows:

-Small and lightweight
-Easy to print,
-Just like all my Designs, you don't need Supports
-Dampens the sound Significantly
-Dual inlet Sides
-No reduction in Airflow
-No Screws needed (Uses Printable Pins)
-Easy to install


If you find it useful please support my Designs
by hitting the link button and dropping a comment or uploading your makes.

Thanks for your support!

Please don't think this will make your printer run completely silent. That is impossible. This is for lowering the frequency to make it more pleasing. Also, if you have the door and lid of the printer open, you can't expect it to be quiet. Let's be realistic here.
Most of the noise from the K1 and K1 max comes from the Hotend Fan anyway.

So lower the speed of your hot-end fan and up the speed of your aux with this silencer. will give you a more pleasing sound.

Please Note:
-I cannot be held responsible for your Printer not being calibrated, And the part not fitting. They have already been printed by many and fit great.
-Make sure you calibrate your printer before printing.
The Pins are meant to be tight so that they can hold the silencer in place without needing screws. Of course, you can still use screws if needed.

-Please refer to the images for the orientation you need to print it in.

3D printing settings

Material: PETG
Used the normal profile
Pumped up the Heat to 270
Speed 200mm/s to 300mm/s
Fan 40%


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