A simple mount to attach a (lovely) Manga Screen 2 to the end of a 4040 aluminum extrusion.
All holes are appropriately countersunk to allow flush M5 mounting to the end of the extrusion, and M4 mounting of the screen. Nothing too fancy, but I upload in hopes it saves someone a bit of time.
There is an opening in the back to keep from interfering with PCB cooling, but it is notched such that you can route the HDMI and USB cable. In the pictures above you will note that I route my cables come from the top. If you route the cables this way, the backing of the mount provides strain relief.
I printed with the back of the mount on the bottom of the bed. This allows for any bridging artifacts to affect the M4 countersunk holes, which do not need to be very precise. I printed without supports no problem. I tapped the holes for the screen with an M4 tap, and the extrusion mount holes I tapped with an M5 tap. You do not have to do this, as it is designed to work with the tapped holes on the extrusion and the screen.