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Posted · Radiallüfter Ultimaker Original 24v

Hallo, mein Radiallüfter an meinem UMO hat einen Lagerschaden und scheppert ganz ordentlich. Ich finde aber ums verrecken keinen Ersatz. Die Dimensionen des Lüfters sind pi mal Daumen ca. 75 x 75 mm und ca 24mm Höhe. Am besten wäre vielleicht ein Sunon? Weiß jemand, wo ich Ersatz für meinen bekomme? Ich hatte einen gefunden, aber der ist 30mm hoch und passt somit nicht unten rein. Das ist der Lüfter, der die Bauteile am Board des UMO kühlt. Danke für eure Tips. LG Sebastian

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    Posted · Radiallüfter Ultimaker Original 24v

    Ein Sunon Lüfter war wohl auch zuvor verbaut oder?

    Ist das nicht vielleicht ein üblicher 80x80 lüfter? Von denen findet man einige bei ebay, aber bei 75x75 sieht es sogar über ebay hinaus sehr mager aus. Denke nicht, dass es sich Ultimaker in den frühen Jahren leisten konnte einen Lüfter nach eigenem Maß anfertigen zu lassen 😉

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    Posted · Radiallüfter Ultimaker Original 24v

    Hat sich erledigt, den hier kann man einbauen, ist zwar teuer, aber leise und geht wahrscheinlich nie wieder kaputt...Falls mal jemand das gleiche Problem hat, wie ich. Man muß nur die Halterungen um 6 mm (also die Dicke der unteren Sperrholzabdeckung ausfräsen) und dann klappt das super. Der Lüfter ist etwas breiter. Danke. LG Sebastian

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    Posted · Radiallüfter Ultimaker Original 24v

    Hi, my german is not great, but I get the gist of your post and the answers.
    I would replace the radial fan all together with some more silent axial fans.
    If you have problems with height, print some feet for your machine, there are a number of designs out there, some very clever ones meant for rubber studs or bands which will further help with machine vibration and noise.

     

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