Part III: Need a fume exhaust port on your 3D printer? Here’s how to make one.

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Use rivets to attach the sub-assembly to the Replicator frame.

9. Use rivets to attach the sub-assembly to the printer frame.

An exhaust port for the Replicator 3D printer.

10. woot! – A fume exhaust port for the Replicator. This photo shows a ring of PVC pipe around the collar to make a tight fit to the fume extraction hose.

Replicator 3D printer attached to a Sentry Air Model 300 Portable Fume Extractor via the exhaust port sub-assembly and flexible extraction hose.

11. Attach fume extraction hose to sub-assembly with a hose clamp.

Replicator 3D printer with fume exhaust port served by Sentry Air Model 300 Portable Fume Extractor.

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