MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.
I just finished mine and it came out great! I used high temp RTV silicone instead of a two part silicone. Since it was much thicker, I used an M2 screw to line up Body 1 and Body 6, then superglued them together. Then I printed a flat square shape with a small hole in the middle and clamped it over the top to get a good squish.
One question: with the sock in place, I can't tighten the lock screws on the heater core or the thermal probe, and I can't change nozzles very easily. Normally, I would just pull it off to the side with the wires and let it hang, but as you can see there is no room for that on my Anycubic Predator. So where should I make a slit in the silicone so that it will slide on and off when I need to remove it, but not fall off while in use?