This is my first share on Thingiverse so I'm going to beg mercy in advance... or roast me, I really don't care.
The idea came from Olev (https://www.thingiverse.com/olev/about), who seems to be a bit of a wizard at 3D printer upgrades, particularly (from my searches) where the Anet A2 is concerned.
He seems to feel that first and foremost the printer should be secured to a foundation of some sort. I don't know his reasons exactly, but I do know that the Anet A2 is very light, and subsequently, easily bumped around. I didn't care for that so I followed his example.
What you have is a basic bracket, or tie-down for want of a better term, for really any 2040 frame.
The source file can be found here: https://a360.co/2SLu5HM
The model is slightly different than what is pictured, and was updated from a "lessons learned" perspective. Hopefully its an improvement.
I used M5x10 allen pan-head screws to secure the frame and 3/4" #6 pan-head screws to secure the the particleboard I had handy.
I would be very interested in seeing any remixes.