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I am sorry but you obviously have not read the instructions that are provided in the summary documentation. To get the strength needed (so you won't have the issue you are describing) you MUST print the parts in the orientation the directions say. In this case the parts cooling duct must be printed with the front face of the cooling duct down flat on the build plate. This will give the strength to the wings that hold the 5015 fans. The Hero Me Gen2 Base must be printed with the back of the base (that which sits flush with the X gantry) must be down on the build plate. This will give both. the mount points and the wire channel tower the strength needed. Nothing will 'snap' or break between your fingers when printed as instructed. Print all parts with supports but ONLY from the Build Plate.