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Dionarap

Bladelessfan with 120mm/80mm PC-Fan

by Dionarap Jul 29, 2016
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Hello,

I think the best is to print the part with the spacers down?

Thank you for all, I am doing it.

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Hello,

This is great, I want to print it.
Can you make a short video on its effectiveness?

I already modeled a base in adaptation to this model with a 120mm fan:

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1556643

it did not work at all, the air came out from below, I do not want to do the same experiment.

Is the air fresh and existing?

Bladeless Fan (with 50mm computer fan)
by palatis

I have my fan no more, so I can no longer make a video.

it worked well. Not quite the same effect as a normal fan and not so strong airflow like a normal one.

Is it possible that you make a model of stand without clips to be able to print it on its broad face?

I have made a variant of the stands without the clips.

Hello,

I would like to make one, does it work well?
Is the air fresh?
Do you think I can stick a second fan?

Can we see a video of its operation?

Best regards

Hello!
I'm assembling your fan right now. I'm using matches to maintain proper air gap between rings. May be you should make some spacers on inside ring? 12-20 pcs, 2mm long?
https://www.thingiverse.com/make:241017
And parts names: inner and outer rings are confused.

Bladelessfan with 120mm/80mm PC-Fan

right I named the parts wrong. And I added some spacers to the internal ring.