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3D prints are much stronger with less cooling! Testing PLA & PETG

August 10, 2019 admin 0

Go to or text CNCKITCHEN to 500500 to get a free Audiobook, 2 free Audible Originals, and a 30-day free trial. I tested how much the strength or better the layer adhesion of FDM 3D prints is affected by the amount of cooling air we use. By properly adjusting this value we can increase the strength of our parts by more than 50% and make them almost uniformly strong. I also scanned a couple of 3DBenchys printed at different fan speeds with my AtosCore from GOM to find out how cooling affects the accuracy of 3D prints. 💚 Support me…

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HERO ME FAN DUCT and Fixing the Cooling Fans on ENDER 3

May 31, 2019 admin 0

The filament cooling fan on the Ender 3 is connected to the electronics cooling fan so when the filament fan is shut off, the electronics fan shuts down as well. Chuck shows you how to Fix the Cooling Fans. He also tests the Hero Me Fan Duct on the Ender 3 with his Cura profile. See the results on this week’s Filament Friday. Cooling Fan Jumper Wire: My Cura Profiles: Chris Riley – Chris’s Basement YouTube Channel: Filament Friday Tool Kit: Filament Friday 3D Printer Starter Kits: Filament Friday Filament: ENDER 3/CR-10 Parts: ——————————— PTFE Coupling: Capricorn Tubing: CR10/Ender3 Silicon…

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CURA – Quality Printing Without a Cooling Fan!

May 3, 2019 admin 0

Chuck shows you how to get quality 3D Prints without a Cooling Fan in this episode of Filament Friday. It is often assumed that printing PLA requires a cooling fan to get good quality prints. Chuck shows you how to get better 3D prints with settings in Cura Slicer that eliminates the need for a filament cooling fan. End Screens aren’t showing up due to a YouTube bug so here are the links: Cura Tips and Tricks Video: Ender 3: Patreon: Marvin File: Bridge Test: My Cura Profiles: Creality Ender 3: From Banggood : From Amazon : From Gearbest :…

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Improving the Prusa i3 MK2: High-temp part cooling, fixing “thermal runaway”!

December 3, 2016 admin 0

Tired of slow heatup times on your 3D printer? Can’t use the part cooling fan with materials requiring higher temperatures, such as PETG/copolyester or ASA? Use this one easy trick to fix it! PERFORM ANY MODIFICATIONS DISPLAYED AT YOUR OWN RISK. 💙 Affiliate links: Amazon US eBay US, UK, Canada, Australia Matterhackers 💙 Support me by shopping on eBay or Amazon through my affiliate links! Anything you buy through these gives me a small bonus to run the channel – at no extra cost to you! All details and more links at at 👐 This video is licensed as Creative…