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"polar wind" air cooling system for the Ultimaker 2

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Hi all ....in my room sometimes very warm above 30 degrees Celsius. I noticed that at the bottom, where there is a micro computer board printer, too much heat at the bottom. and little air movement. within two days, I developed a system of heat blowing from under the printer. this device I called the "polar wind". it works on the fan from USB. and is designed for installation at the bottom of the printer. blowing hot air into the side of the board micro computer. air cooling system for the printer.tomorrow I will start printing 3d...

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3d modeling idea and development Sergey Kolesnik

 

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