A drop in mount for the E3D V6 hotend. The mount helps provide the hotend with better airflow by having the hotend rest on its side against the carriage. The E3D hotend does reduce the build volume slightly but not by a significant amount.
*Please note that if your Huxley is running 19V, you may want to consider purchasing a 24V E3D and undervolting the fan and heater cartridge. You can also purchase a 24V 40W-60W heater cartridge if you require faster heating.
The mount requires two 14mm - 20mm M3 screws to hold the clamp down along with 3 self tapping screws that were originally used in the Huxley. Highly recommend using a M3 tap to thread the mounting holes for the clamp. If you don't have a M3 tap, at least use a 2.5mm drill bit to clear out the hole before screwing the screw in.
3D Printer Setup
Once the mount is installed, you'll have to make changes to the XYZ limits and endstops to accommodate for the E3D hotend. You'll also have to make changes to the configuration of the printer's controller to work with the E3D thermistor.
For Melzi controller, you use "M304 H1 B4267 R4700 T100000" to configure, along with "M500" to save it.
For Duet controller, you use "M305 P1 T100000 R4700 B4267" to configure, along with "M500" to save it.
You may start printing after configuring the thermistor, but I highly recommend doing a PID tune on the hotend beforehand