I created this LED mount for my Geetech A30 printer that has a max build height of 420mm. After mounting a PETSFANG cooler to it I needed additional clearance above the top for lighting, and so I based this design off of the lights I see in the medians of highways and parking lots.
It mounts to the printer using two M5 T-Nuts. It will fit 2020 aluminum extrusion so it should fit a large number of printers, not only those listed.
Print two of each piece (T-bar and LED mount) with the flattest side down. No supports or anything special should be required, it's a pretty easy print!
1) Cut your LED strip to length to fit into the LED mount (about four sections) and solder wires long enough to reach to the center of the T bar plus one or two inches (about 8 inches total).
2) Push the wires through the holes on the LED mounts.
3) Mount LED holders into one of the T-bars buy snapping them into place. Depending on your print tolerances you may need to glue them in place, but they should be friction fit.
4) Route the wires to the center of the T-bar and solder ends together with a length of wire long enough to reach your power source.
5) Secure wires to T-bar using zip-ties.
If you still have the tubing that fits into the channels of the aluminum extrusion, you can route thin wires inside of it for a nice clean look.