3d printer air filter - CReality3D CR10 Mini

update Updated: 01/03/2019

Zimpure - CReality3D CR10 Mini instructions build


update The instructions detailed below are the same for the following 3D Printers: CR10, Tevo Tornado, Ender 3. If you have a 3D Printer on which this suction head fits, please tell us and we will add it to our compatibility list.



  • Step 1. Print the adapters


    For the CReality3D CR10 Mini, you will need to print these files, already oriented as needed. Here are a few recommendations for printing: 

    File Material Layer Height Supports Infill Download
    STLTornadoCR10_Zimpure_suction_head.stl ABS 0.1 YES HIGH
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    STLTornadoCR10_Zimpure_cooling_blower_ycl1Xiw.STL ABS 0.1 YES HIGH
    file_download
    STLTornadoCR10_Zimpure_HeatFan.STL ABS 0.1 YES HIGH
    file_download

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    This is your last print without Zimpure!

  • Step 2.Removing the steel cover of the extruder

    In order to make a perfect setup for hoovering a maximum of nanoparticles and COVs, we choose to remove the original steel extruder cover (See picture below). The blower air guide we’ve redesigned will also improve the filament cooling a lot.

    CR10 Mini/imgStep/Tornado/Creality-CR-10-4.jpg
  • Step 3.Installing the 3 new 3D printed parts

    As you can see on the rendering below, we’ve designed 3 new parts you need to 3D print. One suction head where you plug Zimpure’s hose in, one air guide for the filament blower, and one air guide for the heat sink cooling fan.

    CR10 Mini/imgStep/Tornado/Montage-Extrudeur2.jpg
  • Step 4.Operating instruction (IMPORTANT)
    CR10 Mini/imgStep/Tornado/IMG1.jpg
    CR10 Mini/imgStep/Tornado/IMG2.jpg
    CR10 Mini/imgStep/Tornado/IMG3.jpg