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Salut,

Quel ventilateurs(s?) me conseillez vous pour que la matière extrudé avec mon UMO sèche le plus rapidement possible ?

J'ai cru comprendre que le mieux était de mettre un (ou deux) ventilateur(s) radiale...

Je peut alimenté le ou les ventilateurs avec une source d'énergie autre que l'imprimante, ce n'est pas un problème.

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Ma question était bête je verrai bien au fur et à mesure de mes essai.

Pas de question bête ! Donc tu veux choquer du chocolat au dépot, c'est ça ?:)

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hummmm...du 12 volt en alternatif...la je comprend pas :)

Donc tu cherches un mini radial en 220 volt alternatif c'est ça ?

Je regarde sur www.mars.com ou www.jupiter.com et avec une peu de chance....

Désolé mais cela n’existe pas :)

Edit après sarcasme :

http://fr.aliexpress.com/item/85FLJ2-220V-30W-small-power-centrifuge-AC-Blower-Fan-Free-Shipping/1701838041.html

milles excuses :)

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Il serait sympa de coupler un fan centrif comme celui-ci avec un module peltier ( collé de dessus ) , histoire de voir si l'air en sortie a le temps de se refroidir...

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Un truc dans le style avec un module entre le fan et la plaque de liaison de la tête.

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Mais un côté est chaud donc merdique comme positionnement, plus à l'extérieur alors.

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