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Hero Me fan duct tested on Ender 3

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Following up from my previous video where I tested the Bullseye fan duct back to back with standard and a ring vent, this time I am testing the Hero Me duct, as requested by one of my Patrons. The Hero Me has the advantage of having 4010 and 5015 fan versions, and is quite a lot more compact with very neat cable management. Its disadvantage is the significant support material needed to print it, which means a lot of post processing. My torture test fil is inspired by the All In One micro printer test. The main body is lifted up off the bed to allow a wide and difficult bridge. There are four gradually tilted arcs, from vertical to 80 degrees, pointing up, down, left and right. The reason to see if a fan that only blows from one side is at a disadvantage. The final feature is a central spire that is raised above the rest. This is another worthwhile Ender 3 upgrade, but keep in mind the standard duct is pretty effective for the majority of prints. Hero Me cooling duct: My cooling fan torture test: Ender 3 ring duct: Bullseye (part of PETsfang): Purchase the Ender 3 from these links: Ender 3 Pro Banggood ($30 off with coupon 1d1c08): Ender 3 Banggood (US warehouse, Coupon: f2bf59): Ender 3 Pro Amazon: Ender 3 Amazon: Ender 3X (glass bed version): Tevo Tornado from Tevo’s store: Amazon: Buy quality and affordable filament from X3D. Buy 3, get 1 free and a free sample pack with every order: Gearbest affiliate link (help support the channel): Take a look around and if you like what you see, please subscribe. Support me on Patreon: #3dprinting #ender3 #herome