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DaVinci 1.0 Pro AiO - PLA Fanduct

by CSD_Salzburg Jan 6, 2017
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Hello,

Has anyone figured out the best way to use the cooling fans? Do you have the fans on all the time or do you monitor then turn them on after the first layer? Is there a way to use the 5v output to control the 12v fans thru a board? Thanks yall.

I printed this and the double switch cover to allow me to run 1 or both fans. I printed the fanduct as well. This design sits to low for my Da Vinci 1.0A printer so I placed a shim under frame to lift it up and placed the fans above the screw holes. The fans improved my prints considerably. I'll have to run the design through tinkercad and reprint to get a better fit.

Does this fit the regular davinci AIO?

Hey Guys, here is a very useful cooling addon for the fanduct (works with an E3D v6-hotend). I hope you like it. ;)

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2549178

DaVinci 1.0 Pro AiO - PLA Fanduct Cooling AddOn

Hey guys,
So i remixed it and made it so i can control 1 fan at a time because my prints were cooling before they hit the bed. So why is it that im having an issue with everything sticking now? do i turn it on after the print has grounded its self?

thanks .

I just add this fan to my davinci pro 1.0 with stock nozzle
I'm using simplify3D and the print only start when temperature is heating at the good temperature
But with the fans, I lost 10 degrees so my print never start and I have to stop fans so the print begin
e.g. I want a temperature of 210 C for my filament, I have to set 220 C in simplify3D with fan turn off then when the print starts I have to turn on the fans but not to quick because first layer is not sticking with fan turned on
I try with the fan duck designed but same issue

How are you guys dealing with the fans ?
Do you have the same issues ?

I auto answer. I found that my fans were too powerful. Need fans with around 6 CFM (airflow) . Mine were 15 CFM. So I put fans into serie so 6V by fan and around 6 CFM. Hope this help.

Can anyone tell me what the black wedge shaped box is to the left of the print bed?
Also what fan model do you use that is installed just above it in the removable side panels?

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The wedge shaped box is a laser scanner from the All-In-One DaVinci.

Here is a link with some pics from the side fan mount i made.
http://www.thingiverse.com/make:287339

I used 60x60x10mm, 12V - Fans (2 Pin)
https://de.aliexpress.com/item/5-Pieces-LOT-GDT-DC-12V-2Pin-2510-Connector-6010-60x60x10mm-60mm-PC-Case-Cooling-Fan/32483773441.html?spm=2114.13010608.0.0.oPqV2C

Dual 60mm fan side mount for the XYZ Da Vinci printer

Looking to do this, could someone do a simple wire diagram? Would be much appreciated. Nothing fancy, cocktail napkin or pizza box. Thanks in advance.

Hey man, what's the part in the back of the printer by the cable hole?

The red, Y shaped part? That's a holder for the cable chain.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2007354

XYZ Da Vinci PRO 1.0 cable chain and mount

I made this and it works great on my da Vinci Pro 1.0. Only problem I have though is since I've got a E3Dv6 on my machine, this blows right on the heater block so I'll have to design a duct for it.

same problem, I'll let you know if I design something that works.

DaVinci 1.0 Pro AiO - PLA Fanduct Cooling AddOn

Someone also was helping me out and made this for me. Problem is that it is right in line with the heater block.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2069811

DaVincii 2x 50MM Fan Duct Remix

Great! I started on something using flex tubing but I still don't have it designed well enough as the temp still drops about 4-5 degrees.

Exhaust Fan Duct for the XYZPrinting Da Vinci Pro 1.0 & 3-in-1

Yes, as i wrote "inspired by ChatToBrian`s Exhaust Fan Duct, i wanted to design my own one."

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