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Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

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Posted · Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

Hey All.

I primarily do multiple object production prints where Im printing several objects at a time one at a time. I always print in ABS for the strength, temperature stability and flex so the side fans aren't used.

Printing this was I am limited to how many objects I can print at once because of the clearance needed for those fans.

Has anyone tried removing them and updating the printer settings for the new head dimensions? if so, what are they?

Thanks!

 

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Posted · Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

no I did not, but did you also think about the gantry height? you'll still have the issue of items higher than 48mm being knocked over by the axis if you fill up the bed.

 

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Posted · Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

Think you meant for this to be in the other thread....

[edited by gr]

 

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Posted · Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

Moved alternate nozzle size discussion to other thread! This thread is for discussing what is in the original post.

 

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Posted · Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

Im not changing nozzle size just want to remove the fans so I can fit more on at once

 

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Posted · Using Ultimaker 2 with side fans removed.

If you look at the stuff I print at mrdesignworx.com you will understand what I need.

 

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