I’ve had my Taz 6 running for several weeks now, my first 3D printer, and have been producing what I’d consider largely successful prints (PLA is thankfully very forgiving).
In playing around with settings on both the printer itself and through Cura, I found that the cooling fans can be set to operate at over 100% (and they’ll actually spin faster). I believe they’re simply DC fans, so I assume this just cranks the supply voltage even higher than whatever it is at 100% (I’ve no idea what the maximum output capability from the control board is, or what the maximum spec of the fans themselves is - I haven’t pushed past 150% for fear of disastrous consequences).
Does anyone make common practice of running their cooling fans at over 100%? I’m mainly referring to the single extruder toolhead that comes with the printer, but I’m currently running the aerostruder head, and it can be set to a higher-than-100% cooling fan speed as well.