I added pictures of where I ultimately decided to mount the TFT24 v1.1 Bigtreetech LCD screen on my Monoprice Maker Ultimate / Wanhao D6 case, which is right in the middle where the old LCD screen used to be. You can see that it's final because of the screws. I used the LCD screen metal backplate and placed it in front of the printer and drilled holes and mounted screws, then placed the plastic rectangle and drilled holes and mounted screws on the LCD screen metal backplate. That black "lining" is two-sided tape that I used previously, I just left it there as to secure the metal and plastic while I was drilling holes, and just decided to leave it there.
I added a more tilted version (22.5 degrees). So, when you're up close to the printer you're mostly looking down at the tft24 1.1 display, although it's not completely horizontal. It just feels alot more comfortable to look down upon rather than at a more upright angle.
You will need more support for this version because of the 22.5 degree tilt.
I needed a mount for the BIQU / Bigtreetech tft24 to fit my Wanhao D6 / Monoprice Maker Ultimate 3D Printer Case, and I was looking for a less permanent solution so I could find the perfect spot for it on the case. As of 19Sep19, I'm still testing out spots on the case before implementing drill holes for a more permanent solution.
The stand that was modified is from mopho12, and it was resized to fit the Make_N_Vape TFT24 case a bit better. The stand was modified a bit further to allow for mounting to the case with two-sided tape / adhesive.
So, download the case from Make_N_Vape, download my modified stand with the adhesive part and you'll get what resembles to the pictures.
Furthermore, the modified stand screws onto the two screws on the rectangle model, then you are suppose to mount two-sided tape/adhesive to the rectangle with the two holes and mount it onto the case.
You will need 2 M4x8 Screws.
You will need 2 sided-tape / strong adhesive.
A big thank you to Make_N_Vape and mopho12 for supplying the source files!
I use a .6mm nozzle to print at .40mm resolution.