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Plane turbine model

by fermunoz Apr 20, 2016
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how big of a printer do you need

i too murdered a dvd player...

Fermunoz,Thanks for the turbine model.
I took your advice and printed at 90* on glass. I also reduced the filament flow to 97%, to ensure there was no over extrusion on the fan blades. The infill I reduced to 10% as there is not much structural requirement. All bits came out extremely well. Cheers David in W.OZ

Hi, fermunoz.. cool fan.. i made an optional wide add-on base for it so its more stable on my bed. i put it in a remix.. thanks again for your design..

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So im measuring and the motor diameter is 0.5mm larger than the spot it sits in. Do you just kinda force it in or did you have to sand the plastic back a little? There is also the issue of the wires, I am worried they will get pinched while pushing the motor in.

Hey, thanks for this nice model.

Can you tell me which motor you use? how big is it? I will print this in the same scale and want to look for the right motor - diameter and height...

Thanks for your answer. But you use with 24mm diameter, right? the picture show 32mm....i ordered a 24mm now and hope it fits.

Another question. I got massive problems with the prop (turbine). the problem is, that the model doesnt adhere on my printing surface. I think it depends on the less surface of the prop. do you print it with raft or support?

Yes, i use 24mm diameter sorry... my mistake.
is like this one... http://i01.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/033/603/271/271603033_372.jpg more or less...
i've print the prop on the glass at 90ºC only whith hair spray for better adhesion
the material is ABS.

Does is mange to push a lot of air? I'm looking for a unique desk fan.

how do you join them together

Nice looking! Do you have some video, how its work?

Nice Job
how much time did it take to print ?

Thanks for Sharing

Aprox 8hs, i use 2 perimeters, 10% infill 0.2mm at 90mm/s in a prusa i3.

Thank-you Really nice

thanks to you!, if you print the model please post a picture.