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3d printed EDF fans.

Fluburtur

Cardboard Boy
#5
They seem to be printed in one piece so they should be fairly strong, im starting to have some experience 3d printing crap that spins fast myself.
As long as you dont hit anything with them, they should be fine.
Do not expect good efficiency tho.
 

Figure9

Well-known member
#7
They seem to be printed in one piece so they should be fairly strong, im starting to have some experience 3d printing crap that spins fast myself.
As long as you dont hit anything with them, they should be fine.
Do not expect good efficiency tho.
Your quality control factor must be very reliable if you’re willing to spin them up holding them in bare hand. Amazing what 3D printers can do. They’re getting cheaper & small enough to use on a limited space hobby bench.
 

BATTLEAXE

Well-known member
#9
They seem to be printed in one piece so they should be fairly strong, im starting to have some experience 3d printing crap that spins fast myself.
As long as you dont hit anything with them, they should be fine.
Do not expect good efficiency tho.
Speaking of efficiency, I heard that if you soak them in warmed up acetone it will help smooth out the 3D printing ridges