This was primarily designed to fit this Titan Aero mount or my remix to the brilliant BLV mgn12 AM8 mod.
Home offsets are about X = -9 Y = -22.
Update (6/27/2019): Added v3 of X endstop for RAMPS/Makerbot style endstops. Added additional length to clear the mgn12 rail. May reduce travel distance by a mm or so..
Update (6/13/2019): At long last, this should be finally 100%. I removed all endstop triggers, as they are not necessary! Everything is nice and cleaned up and ready to go. I am using the v5 optimized heatset version, and it is working great! I also added some aesthetically... something models. They are based on the standard adapter (not optimized) and may not be as functional. Have fun!
Update (6/8/2019): I've finally gotten around to designing a new X endstop mount. I only have about 2mm between the nozzle and bed when x=0. I designed a mount to fix on top of the X motor mount, and moved the switch inward a bit. This should give me some of the travel back, not that it was totally necessary. I've designed it such that you will need to replace the last M5x10 button head screw on the X motor mount with an M5x12 socket head cap screw. I'm printing it now. Also, at some point I need to remove the x endstop triggers on ALL models. It is unnecessary, as it just reduces home offsets even more. The adapter triggers fine with stock X endstop mounts.
Update (5/24/2019): I installed v4 of the optimized version. It probably does not require a trigger block at all. I added a single M5 washer between the extruder carriage and mgn carriage adapter, and it triggers fine. It looks to be about 2mm off the build plate, so the home offsets are X= -2 and Y= -22. It's all working!!
Markforged Onyx, continuous fiberglass reinforcement
Printing on a Markforged Mark Two since I have access to one. 0.1mm layer height with partial continuous fiberglass filament reinforcement because reasons. But really, print at 0.1mm or 0.2mm and use decently high infill and supports.
I recommend printing it in the orientation you would install it, with a brim and supports.
I just received a Titan Aero (clone) extruder and couldn't find a mount I really liked. Well, none for the BLV MGN AM8, anyways. I found one for the CR-10 that suited my needs (Titan Aero and Volcano), but wouldn't fit, so I made an adapter.
I pulled the .step file into SolidWorks and went to town.
There are nut holes on the back to add 5mm nyloc nuts to attach the carriage. I'm not sure how long of screws will be needed, but they will be M5, and probably around 40mm+ long to reach the nuts. I wasn't able to find information on the stock CR-10/TEVO Tornado x-carriage hardware. This will be updated when I get everything printed out and test mounted. I added areas underneath with M3 nuts to affix the belt holder into.
Designed the x endstop with Fusion 360.
Refer to the listed "remixed from" section for additional information.