11 Nov 2017
I have uploaded the new design that provides a stronger platform for the Nimble to mount on. You will need to print 4 of the standoffs and use support for the effector part.
EDIT - After using this for awhile, I found the mounts for the nimble were getting a bit too flexible and causing false triggers. I have redesigned the mounting and testing it out and will post the new files soon.
After I finished my Delta 6 printer (http://openbuilds.com/builds/delta-six.476/), I found the extruder with the built in fan shroud. I had modified another effector, but was never happy with the way the fan was mounted. I figured I would give this a try. Before I was able to fit it onto the printer, I ordered a Precision Piezo probe (https://www.precisionpiezo.co.uk/) and a Nimble extruder (https://zesty.tech/). So until I got those, I put the effector away. Well, those two parts came in and I was finally able to get to work.
I have been learning Fusion 360, so I imported the STEP file for the effector and started making some modes for these items and this is the end results. I have only been using it for a couple days, but it has been working beautifully.
I have included some pictures of the early prototype that used a mock-up of the Nimble. The changes to the original effector includes removing the inductive probe mount, enlarging the hole where the hot end sits, removed wiring channel and extending the ducting through the area.
The effector in action
Jun 19, 2017
Updated the Effector.stl file to make the notch for the part cooling fan wider and deeper.
Supports are needed on the effector and molex cover. The Molex Mount will probably need to be rotated in your slicer so the flat face is on the bed. The molex covers need to be printed with the flat face down and supports are needed on the back part.