This will filter the air inside the printer enclosure by the use of a carbon filter.
This complements my Taz4 Enclosure (thing 689852) design.
While this is design is functional, I would recommend my other design 3d Printer Filter as it uses an off the shelf car filter and has worked better at filtering for me.
I mounted it up high in the back of the enclosure so that it will filter the hot air and recirculate it down along the back to normalize the temperature inside.
Included are files for the whole pieces and the larger pieces split into three. I found it easier to print the split pieces due to the size and length of the print.
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Either print the whole pieces,
Or print the split pieces
You will need to provide a 120mm computer fan, the 12v power supply to connect to the fan, and a means to glue to the pieces together.
I printed in ABS, so I mixed scrap ABS with acetone (1:2 ratio) to create a thick ABS glue in the same color. This works really well with ABS.
If you printed the split pieces, glue them together first as their component pieces and let them cure until hard. I gave them another coat over the seams to smooth them out and also along any cracks or splits.
Make sure your fan screws onto the fan mount, then glue the fan mount into place and let it cure until hard.
The bottom I mount by using 3M double sides foam tape (20 lbs. stuff) as its thin and rubbery. Just a little along the near fan, and few other spots. This will allow you to remove easy enough if you need to in the future.
I mounted the completed fume filter in the upper center of my enclosure using the same 3m double sided tape.