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Rocket_Knight

Silent adjustable CR10 hotend mount E3Dv6 normal + volcano + touch sensor

by Rocket_Knight Jan 10, 2019
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Fits ender 3 perfectly, would you mind making the source codes available? I would like to adapt it to stock hotend, since E3D doesn't work for me and this would be really helpfull. Thanks! :)

Since fusion upgraded its exporting capabilities, I've uploaded .f3z source file. Works well on my pc.

Is there any chance to get a version with a normal ABL?

May be when I will get one to myself. Since there are many sizes of capacity sensors it is much more simple to measure and print the holder for your specific one and screw it on place right like a touch sensor in model. There are 2 screw holes for that.

I assume this would probably fit also ender 3 ? :) Looks awesome, I've been looking for something like this due to the placement of my ender 3 where I really need it to be as quite as possible, but heard axial fans are really not good for part cooling due to turbulence etc. but if this works, I'll definitelly will need to give this a try, thanks!

PS: do you perhaps have any images of the bridging capabilities ? :)

To correctly measure bridge cooling I need to print exact same gcode using same plastic with different blowers. Honestly, I am too lazy to do this) I've found sufficient just to calculate blowing performane on a computer))
Buddy below has written in a comment that bridging is good enough.

I dont have ender, so I can't be sure if it would fit, but I guess yes. If the plate hasn't been changed.

I made it, functions perfectly and bridges like a champ!

Thanks for you reply. One tip: covers on fans helps to save them from fingers, but also increases noise, just foy you to know.

So this is flow optimized, uses the E3D V6, and has a mounting provision for a BLTouch. . . . I love it and will be printing this tonight. Question regarding the part cooling fans and well the hotend fan. Both cooling fans are 5v and the hotend fan is aswell? The hotend fan is for sure 24v but I havent looked into the part cooling fan but wouldnt that be 24v aswell? could it be possible to use 2 12v Noctua fans in place of the single 24v, if not I do have 24v-12v buck converters.

You can try solder fans in series and maintain 12v drop on each fan whithout any converters.