Recently Updated 04/06/2018
I made this thing because there was nothing readily available for a direct mount to the CR-10. All you need is stock screws for direct mount to x axis, standard front facing fan screws, the screws provided with the flexion hotend heat sync and some turbo fans which can be found cheap on ebay or other online sources. I prefer to make designs with minimal outsourced parts, buy your flexion hotend and turbo fans then your good to mount up to Cr-10, I have managed to successfully print many fine objects with this design, please ensure bed is level to a 0.4 feeler gauge and that Flexion hot end, heat sync and nozzle are perfectly aligned to reduce the chance of clogging. This is only issue i have stumbled across where the bowden tube is getting pulled back upon retraction then causing a clog. To reduce this effect I have attached a bowden connector at the top of the print and also printed some bowden connector clips/locks to ensure there is no room for the bowden tube to lift upon retraction. Some may not have this issue due to alternative slicer settings. Another model is yet to come where the extruder will be mounted on the x axis directly into the hotend. Happy printing!
.4 nozzle with 0.2 to 0.1mm layer height
Printed on a clean mirror with no adhesives
Remove stock Cr-10 Hot end shield, fans and heat sync. Mount Flexion hot end to printed bracket from the rear, mount bracket to the CR-10 x axis like CR-10 stock heat sync, mount stock 40mm fan with screws, Place turbo fans over openings on bracket and mount the wires to the secondary fan wire from stock CR-10 and your done
Manually drawn and measured in Autocad then exported to stl