This is a basic bracket for securing an E3D hot end to a TronXY X1 printer. The original hot end became very clogged and I basically made it unusable in my attempts to fix it. So after ordering an E3D Lite6, I set about making the bracket to hold it. I had to use some shadily placed bolts and zip-ties to hold the hot end in place while I printed the bracket, so if your printer is working at all, this should be no problem.
PLEASE NOTE: There is only 1 STL file for the left side (from the perspective of the printer looking at you) you must mirror it in your favorite slicer software to get the other side. You can mirror it across either horizontal axis and it should be fine.
Also I have included the original CAD file I used. I used FreeCAD and I have not tested to see if it will open in other programs.
2 M2 20mm bolts
1 M2 15mm bolt
1 M2 nut
I used 40mm/sec and it printed in about 30 minutes per piece. Although I wouldn't be surprised if it could be printed faster as the geometry is pretty simple.
I used Zig-Zag supports with the model facing the X Axis (should be default) and this helped the supports come off fairly easy, I did have to use some force, but the piece was not damaged at all.
I've included a PDF guide with pictures on how I installed mine on the printer.
I used FreeCAD and made some basic measurements with a ruler, then over the course of 3 days and 4 versions, made changes until I was happy with the final product. The final piece is designed to be fast and easy to print.