Some ideas are too bad, we have to try them anyway, at least they seem to be so [Ivan Miranda]Philosophy.Completely ignoring what you can do (or at least should) Or can’t be made with a 3D printer, just keep using it, [Ivan] It might have gone too far this time.Since umbrellas are boring, why not try Keep it dry with an air curtain cap?
As you will see in the video, trying to 3D print an impeller run by a BLDC motor did not go well. The imbalance caused by imperfections in the printing process (and the lack of an easy way to balance it after printing) directly caused an incredibly unpleasant (and potentially destructive) vibration to his skull, let alone It broke down by itself in a short time.
Don’t be discouraged, he went on desperately and replaced an electric Ducted fan (EDF), increase the stupidity factor, too little, after all, as he said, “I think I have a solution to all problems-greater power!”
EDF and other types of duct fans are now used in many applications. Thanks to the advancement of rare earth magnets to achieve more powerful brushless motors, coupled with a cheap and easy-to-use control system, now is the best time to put EDF into your latest crazy idea. Over the years, we have reported on many duct fan projects, including this wonderful video on how duct fans work. If you haven’t done so, we think it’s worth watching.
this”It rains in Spain, mainly in the plains“It doesn’t actually reflect reality, because most of the rainfall is actually recorded in the northern mountains, not in the central “plains”, but in any case, it never rains when you want it, of course in the Basque Country. [Ivan] based on. The initial tests were done with hoses in the workshop, which, to say the least, shows a certain dedication to the task at hand.
He did prove that it looks effective, but we are pretty sure there is still a lot of room for improvement. Although, maybe it’s safer to shelve it and move on to the next crazy thing-cap idea?