A simple, but effective cable chain setup.
Print one X-AxisCableChainMount which can be attached directly to the top of x-axis plates that move the laser head around. For the other end of the chain you will have to drill a couple of holes to tie off the end of the cable chain. Use can use a 1/8" or 3.5 mm drill bit to cut these holes.
For the Y-AxisCableChainMount and Y-AxisCableChainMount-Leg print one of each normally, these will go on the left side of the frame. Then use your slicer to mirror these parts on one of the axis (as they are laid out, this would be on the x-axis) so that they can be installed on the right side of the machine.
You will need eight M3 nuts, eight 6 or 8mm M3 bolt/screws to install the cable chains end pieces. Additionally you'll need ten M4x12mm screws and nuts to install the mounts to the ACRO laser. You won't need to drill any M4 holes anyplace - I used existing holes for these.
You will need about 28 or 29 chains in your links for each side of the y-axis as well as the x-axis. Print two sets of the end pieces for one side of the y-axis as well as the x-axis. Then print another set using the mirror tool in your slicer for the right side of the y-axis.