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ENDER 5 & ENDER 6 DUAL 40MM FAN HOT END DUCT / FANG, sin soporte, micro swiss direct drive y bowden compatible

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Actualización 04-05-2021: Añadiendo los modelos de ender 6, actualizando todos a la V4.3 (agujeros de montaje ranurados para poder ajustar la altura en 2mm) y añadiendo el "fan duct up V2" que tiene rejilla integrada. Es más complicado de imprimir por las pequeñas características así que dejaré ambos archivos aquí.

Actualización 6-03-2021:

-Añadir archivos compatibles para el carro de accionamiento directo Micro swiss. De nuevo disponible con o sin LED's.

-Agregación de soporte táctil BL.

Actualización 25-02-2021: V4.2 Ahora disponible con luces LED integradas (LEDs de sombrero de paja de 5mm en la parte delantera y posibilidad de poner una estrella de 20mm en el interior). Ambos archivos están disponibles, con o sin luces. Es un poco más complicado imprimir el que tiene luces, tiene pequeñas características.

V4.2 : -Hecho la pestaña del perno medio más grande, más robusto y más fácil de imprimir

-Ranurado el orificio del cable para el ventilador delantero.

Para que pueda fijar los ventiladores axiales 4010 o 4020 de su elección. Con pasadores de empuje sin herramientas o tornillos M3. Huecos incorporados para las tuercas M3 (5,5 mm de ancho en las caras planas).

-Incluye una pieza complementaria opcional que va debajo del ventilador del extremo caliente para completar el conducto y conseguir la máxima eficiencia absoluta. Dejando esto como una pieza separada del colmillo porque impediría imprimirlo sin soporte. Sólo hay que pegarlo en su lugar después de

-Chimenea a la derecha para atar con cremallera sus cables (evita que los cables se rompan en la base del cartucho del calentador)

-Pequeño agujero en la parte delantera para poner la llave allen a través del colmillo para acceder al perno central trasero (este perno es opcional tho, 2 tornillos mantiene bastante apretado ya)

-El perno trasero se introduce por la parte de atrás a través de la ranura y necesita una tuerca M3 que se introduce desde el interior del colmillo.

-STL para el conducto del ventilador frontal para evitar la succión de todos los residuos y filamentos de la placa de construcción. Imprime sin ningún tipo de soporte, simplemente apóyalo en la brida del ventilador. Para la instalación necesita los pasadores de empuje más largos (STL llamado "pin de soporte 4020 ventilador + conducto")

La idea de este proyecto era poder utilizar dos ventiladores 4020 silenciosos. Utilicé un ventilador sunon MF40202V2-1000U-A99 (comprado en digikey por unos 5$). Añadí una resistencia de 330 ohmios para reducir la velocidad y el ruido (baja el voltaje del ventilador a unos 18v).

No hay montaje de BLtouch aún, veré si se me ocurre algo.

Elias hizo un video de instalación super bonito del ventilador en su ender 3 V2 si alguien quiere tener todos los detalles de como instalar esto.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQC6NVd42q0&ab_channel=Randomecticly&fbclid=IwAR2KmPdp5_auHxrN__kBUmhRZAtyqxc8Zgz6rmZ_RI7E9oedNEcYEx_3A6c

Parámetros de impresión 3D

Imprime sin ningún tipo de soporte. Simplemente colóquelo sobre la brida superior del ventilador como se muestra en la imagen y ya está listo. El conducto también se imprime sin soporte, colocándose plano sobre la brida como se muestra en la imagen.

Lo ideal es imprimir con petg, es más flexible y duradero que el PLA, pero funciona con PLA. Los pasadores se hacen mejor con petg también ya que es más flexible. El PLA es un poco rígido para esos y podrías tener problemas para ponerlos.

Imprime con boquilla de 0,4mm con espesor de capa de 0,2mm. Alrededor del 20% de relleno funciona muy bien

  • Formato de archivo 3D: STL
  • Última actualización: 2021/05/05 04:53
  • Fecha de publicación: 2021/02/15 07:20

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Motorcycle related stuff enventualy coming. I'm setting up accounts and eventually a web page, etc. Stay tuned.

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@ Gabriel, awesome video! LOL at the comments on redit, some hater still arguing that axial fans don't work well, blah blah blah XD

@rivers, that’s awesome! I got exactly the same part to print and analyze the viability of using it with @brissmoto design. Good to see that it is possible!

I am in constantly search of improving the quality of my prints and the absolute silence of my printer... The fans replacement already contributed to make it quieter! However, I am in doubt if transforming it in a DD extruder if I will improve quality at all... I just print PLA/PLA+ and a little of PETG...

Thanks for the help!

@gabriel, not as far as i know. I wanted to do my next one out of PA6-CF tho.

@Paulo, there is someone (can't remember his name) who made a printable DD adaptor for the E3V2 fang. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4787846
Can most likely be adapted to the ender5-6. Otherwise i want to make an orbiter version for my ender 6 that would also accommodate different hot ends, but that's a big job, won't have time for that till motorcycle season is over :P (like november/december)

@pauloeduardogodoy. I have been using this https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4310609 for a DD on all of my ender 5's and 5 plus and it has worked flawless! It is easy to printed and fits nice and snug on the carriage plate. You can see a pic of mine in the "makes" of @Brissmoto's Ender 5 & 6 fang.

@gabrielmergulhao, I dare to say that it is not anymore, lol.... And I am planning to print a direct drive mod to use my CR-10 dual gear extruder, but I’m not sure if it will fit in this fang…
And the next step will be to replace the motherboard with an MKS Robin E3D or something similar...

@brissmoto, do you know if it is possible to use any other DD solution instead of Micro Swiss DD with your design?

Hi there! Have you had any reports of this printed in ABS or Nylon PA-CF ? I am going to try my very first ABS spool today. First print ofc a shroud of yours! 6 months happy with my purchase :)

Will be done this week

Any outlook on adding the Ender-6 BLtouch mount?

@Paulo, super nice!!! Thanks for sharing :D

@Pakkko, i cant find a definitive answer is the carriage plate is the same as the regular ender 5... from the pictures i found it looks the same, just not sure the dimensions are all the same tho. If you want to try it out, let me know if it doesn't work i can send you a refund.

Does this one fit to the Ender 5 Plus? I already installed one at my E3V2 and now i need a good one for my 5 Plus and it would be great if it fits there.

Yeah it has been a recurent comment that the microswiss clones were a little shorter than the stock or real microswiss hotends. That's exactly the reason for this update.

One of the tweaks I had to do to your model was make the holes adjustable to raise the height so there was more clearance from the build plate. Now I see your latest update has done just that. Lol! Thanks for that revision it will be helpful for others. I use the stock carriage with a microswiss hotend and found that since the microswiss hotend is a little shorter in height it was making the fang awfully close to the build plate. Problem solved now though... Thanks for the info on the LED hookups. I plan on just using the two leds down on the bottom to light up the printing area. So will use the buck converter and probably to the mainboard. Thanks again!

@Rivers: Thanks for your kind comment :)

Right now I have a buck converter down at the PSU and a wire coming up to power the LEDs at 3.2v.

My first set-up tho was a series of 8 small LEDs plugged in series together (8x3v = 24v) and plugged them straight on the hot end fan. So i had 6 LEDs inside behind the Briss logo and the two at the bottom.

I have downloaded and printed your ender 5 setup and love it! Had to do a few minor tweaks to get it dialed with my custom setups but other than that they are working flawless. Have it currently running on two Ender5. I printed the file that has the led mounting options on them but haven't installed any yet. If you're running leds on yours would you mind sharing where you're getting your power for them? Did you run wires all the way to your PSU or somewhere in between? I'm thinking about hooking the led wires into the mainboard on one of the spare ports. Not sure yet though. Thanks again for such a fabulous design, look forward to more!

Printed the prototype duct with grill to fit on my new ender 6 (different but similar to the ender 5) just to realize the duct interferes and would limit maximum travel... I'll need to come up with something else for these, maybe side feed duct. I will still upload it but i'll design something else for the ender 5-6.

I got really interested in the height adjustment slots and the duct grill! 👍

Luminat, adding slots for height adjustment, adding grill on duct, maybe widen the space between the two ducts a little for easier access, but nothing major. Someday a version that should fit with V6 hot ends, but this project has been on the back burner for a while, too busy with work.

Do you have any plans for additional changes to this?

Ohhh, ok! That makes sense now. Unfortunately all grills will make more noise than without, unless maybe doing a PHD on the subject. Thanks for your feedback, i'll add that to the to-do list.

The idea is to have a grill to installed in the inlet of the "40mm fan duct up.stl" part.
This duct is awesome and really protects the hot end fan from sucking debris from the bed, but the down side is that it is a collector where, if anything fall in, it will be trapped in and may damage the fan impeller without any notice.
I understand that it is possible to install a standard 40mm grill in the outlet of the part, but I imagine that something in the inlet will be safer and could even reduce even more the noise.
Another ideia is to have a new part "40mm fan duct up with grill.stl" for instance, where we will have a front grill embed in the part.

@Paulo, there is plenty of standard 40mm fan grills on thingiverse to chose from. I did include a fan duct for the front fan to avoid sucking stuff from the build plate.

Hello my friend! Nice model! Congrats!
Just bought it and I was wondering if it is possible dor you to design a grill to be installed on the hot end duct to avoid anything ro fall inside it and destroy the fan.
Thanks!

i use only one buck converter for the 120mm fan mod. I just glued it into a free spot inside the PSU (silicone adhesive). My hot end fans are all 24v so no buck converters needed here.

Thanks!
One more question, I'm also planning on doing the 120mm fan mod.
Where did you put all the buck converters?

Hi Normanu

Offset -44mm and -8mm

Just bought the file, thanks!
Can you confirm the offset for the BLTouch?

@TRBK, won't happen. Too much airflow and would cause bed adhesion issues. Guys have to turn down the 4020 already. Thx

hey could you do the noctua 6020 at the top?

Thanks

You can try the ender5 facebook group or youtube tutorials. Pretty sure you will find what you need with those two.

OK cheers, I'm new to 3d printing and I'm trying to get hold of some basic settings for it for cura

Robshell no, i have an ender3 with microswiss direct drive

Are you currently running an ender 5 with microswiss direct drive

Yeah, supports are always tricky... And something that works for me might not work on your printer, depends on so many factors. I uploaded an image of the bracket in cura in the orientation to minimize needed supports and the support settings. This will only work if you have good adhesion to the print bed. You can make the brim wider or reduce the overhang angle or add custom supports to hold it better in place if needed. Hope it helps :)

Another question you may be able to help me with and thats on the bltouch bracket, I can't seem to get a good print with it. I'm using supports but when I remove them I'm getting a lot left on the print. Can you give me an idea on what settings I need to use please. I'm new to 3d printing and still having a few problems with settings

Thank you, I thought thats what I could see in the picture

Hi Rob

I think i just missed the file when i uploaded the model. Just put it up right now. File named microswiss DD spacer. Sorry about that.

I've made all the parts ready, I have ender 5 plus with bltouch and a microswiss direct drive. I have gone to fit this part I am unable to due to the extruder shaft hitting the top fan, is there any way you could design a spacer for the fan with a hole for the extruder knob to go through

Awesome, thank you :D

Right now i didn't make a BLtouch bracket that fits. But maybe some others already fit, i don't know 🤷‍♂️

Does a BL Touch still fit even if you havent come up with a mount?


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