zappy wrote:My first magical pie i drilled 1/2' holes in and i dropped a disk bolt down the hole which stuck to the magnets and i had to pull it apart so lots of small holes with a similar cross section to fan cross section was seen as a practical compromise to help keep bolts and the bigger rocks out.
MitchJi wrote:Why not larger holes, covered with screen or mesh?
nechaus wrote:Oh man i hope you post some more pics and videos
Please if you have the time, record a smoke test on the side of the motors when the fans are on.
id be interested to see if this is worth while.
Iv been thinking of either fan or oil cooling for sometime now.
Getting a bunch of hubs soon to try both cooling methods
toolman2 wrote:in recent news, zappy seems to have run into a bit of trouble, he ran the controller up to 8kw in, was doing i sic mono at decent speed, then remembered he had
removed the rear brake, now on crutches.
anyway ill let you tell the story when your feeling up to it zappy, and dont forget my favorite bit, the kids finding daddy passed out from pain and pantless on the tiles afterwards.
yes a smoke test sounds great, ill have get phillistine to help with this one..
zappy wrote:Yes i did faint naked on the stone bathroom floor banging my face up and exposing my teenage daugter to much nutage. PM sent
zappy wrote:neptronix these fans might fit??
4 of these IP55 80mm 12V DC Ball Bearing Fans [YX2523] 20mm thick.
maybe a bit of a squeeze.
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