This Vacum cleaner is design to be operated with a 9V battery, it's portable so you can carry it in your car or office and clean all the dust.
This Vacum cleaner has a particular design that shold prevent any sucked dust to escape back once it has been sucked into the vacume cleaner
Here is a list of anything that you will need:
DC Motor: Faulhaber 2342S006CR 001G 079 (I've got it directly from the Fahulaber factory but any motor with 23 mm diameter and at maximum 65 mm length will work)
This is one that shuold work but is not the same that I have: https://www.ebay.it/itm/FAULHABER-Motor-48-v-serie-2342SO48CR/263718017232?hash=item3d66d198d0:g:tgwAAOSwKgdaeISA
In case you need to modify anything I have uploaded the project in different CAD files so you adjust everything to fit your needs (I've design this in Fusion 360).
IMPELLER: 0.2 mm layer height, 5 perimeters and 25% infill, NO Support
MOTOR HOUSING: 0.3 mm layer height 2 perimeters (4 solid top layer), 10% infill and NO Support
IMPELLER HOUSING: 0.3 mm layer height 2 perimeters (4 solid top layer), 10% infill and NO Support
CONE ADAPTOR: 0.3 mm layer height 5 perimeters, 50% infill and WITH Support
NO RETURN HOSE: 0.2 mm layer height 5 perimeters, 50% infille and NO Supports
BACK COVER: 0.3 mm layer height 2 perimeters (4 solid top layer), 10% infill and NO Support
FILTER: 0.3 mm layer height, 15 perimeters (0 top and bottom solid layer) 75% Grid Infill and NO Supports
My 3D printer is the Original Prusa i3 MK2 and the clearance of the project worked just fine for me. If you need to adjust something there is nothing that can't be fixed with a bit of sand paper.
Use Support material ONLY for the "cone"
TOTAL TIME: 11h 30min
I'm a student in aerospace engineering, I like to experiment with new and innovative designs, some are just usefull things that I need and others are things in which I made a lot of studies in order to make them work properly