The holder for the inductive sensor, necessary for the application of a standard extruder mount of HyperCube Evolution with long hotend (BP6, E3D v.5 or E3D v.6 Voolcano).
SCOTT_3D (the author of the HyperCube Evolution project) has developed an excellent compact extruder mount. But when using a long hotend, the standard inductive sensor has to be lowered so low that it is no longer possible to clamp it in a regular fastening and perform a normal adjustment of the sensor position relative to the table.
The holder offered by me allows you to normally adjust the position of the sensor in height. At the same time, the holder practically does not stand for the dimensions of the standard extruder mount. With the clamping screw removed, you can remove the sensor cable from the mount without using additional connectors.
PLA plastic is used, because the holder of the wish is also printed from PLA.
The parts are glued together with cyacrine glue.
After printing, I recommend to make a small indentation (0,1..0,3 mm) in the place where the holder will be located above the extruder clamp. It seems to me that it is easier to make a needle file than to complicate the part and the process of printing it. Generally it is not necessary to do it.
Note! The parts on the extruder mount are placed very compactly, therefore even the small holder offered by me fits in with difficulty. I had to use a needle file to slightly whittle away the fan bracket of my guide. To see how the holder will coexist with the sink of your hotend, you can quickly print a small thin pattern first - "ProbeHolderPlacer". It corresponds exactly to the top of the holder.
In the project files attached file details in SolidWorks format.
1 х Screw M3x16 (DIN912 recommended),
1 х Nut M3,
Few drops Cyacryne glue (for PLA. Or other glue for your type of plastic).