I bought a set of 3 LED light bars from Amazon and wanted to attach them to my CR-10s. I recently added the front braces to the printer and wanted something to add that would possibly attach to the round braces. The magnets would not work because the braces are aluminum themselves and the top "bars" are plastic.
So since these LED's were essentially about a foot long (30cm), but very light weight I figured I could design some adapters to allow me to attach them to the printer frame without too much trouble. There are pressure clips in the kit that can be screwed into a cabinet for mounting these below it. I decided to use these clips for my mounting, but of course there would not be any screwing them anywhere!
I wanted 2 of the LED's mounted to the front braces respectively and the third overhead on the top in front of the "Z" top bar. So, I made the clip strips. These allowed me to place a clip firmly in them and then zip tie them to the round braces. Simple and easy mounting. The Brace top clip adapter was designed to simply fit over the left and right brace arm mounts at the top of the printer. A clip just simply slides into the provided slot and a LED is fitted between the two at the top of the printer. Very simple mounting.
Then I figured I would make a clip on mount for the front top of the printer that can just be quickly clipped on and will hold a light bar with 2 clips. Then I followed that by adding a method of using that in several ways, on top or on the bottom if you want. (I was thinking of it being used behind, on top or below a camera for time lapse).
Then I designed a quick clip with a swivel ball mount to just mount one end of a LED light bar and allow it to be angled and turned to suit at the front of the printer side rails without the braces. This would simply hold one end of one of the lights and allow you to have all three at once if you wanted.
I don't think this is really a remix but I did use files from other things such as mounting tabs from GoPro mounts and also go the idea for the swivel ball and cup from the CL270 mount. Although the one I use is enlarged 30% and used quite differently.
0.2mm with a Brim, and support for the overhangs.
I only used 10% as these are functional and not for show.
The LED light bars I bought were quite inexpensive on Amazon. They are not intended to be used on a 3D printer at all, but work quite nicely. The three light bars included in the kit are/can be daisy chained to each other to allow all three to work at one time and be controlled by a single switch which also acts as a dimmer when maximum light is not needed. The link is here (if that is allowed here!)
There are other kits I am sure that use similar clips and this mounting system can be remixed and used with those too. Feel free to use this for anything you want or need and in any way that will help you do what you want to do.