I am working on an asymmetric clamp so that the part on top of the glass doesn't interfere with other printer parts as much. The way I'm going about doing this is to make the side without the screw hole half the thickness of the side with the hole. I can also reduce the depth of the thinner side so it won't stick out onto the glass as far but still allow the bolt and press to be fully under the bed.
I have posted an STL size that was requested (seems a bit too small to me) - I made a second version with no rounding since the dimensions change considerably with the way it's put together. I have also posted a size that should work for my tevo setup.
The customizer is now activated - keep in mind that it's been tweaked to generate a working asymmetric clamp in the size range you would use on a print bed - it may or may not scale properly for general use - let me know if you're having a problem and I'll see if the code can be fixed. Customizer preview (and OpenSCAD) was definitely struggling with threads, so I updated and re-fixed the threads library, which seems to have sorted it out. Another option has been added: square inner corner.
Anycubic Kossel Linear Plus
0.2mm layers x 0.5mm nozzle
10% with 5x 0.5mm shell walls
I recommend printing at least the press in PETG if you can because it gets exposed to the most intense heat, but the entire clamp will keep it's shape much better in anything other than PLA. I have come to understand that the infill doesn't affect the strength nearly as much as the number of shell walls, so infill is basically just needed as support for a good top layer in this case and the number and total mm of wall thickness in your slicer determines how strong it is. I think 2-3mm should be enough for a very strong clamp.
Seemed like a good idea before I tried it out... 20mm shorter glass side is too much.
December 3, 2018
After printing more clamps I found another problem... the threads in the base were binding where the bolt exits the hole because they were not countersunk. It wasn't a big deal with PLA since it would bend and stay that way but other materials aren't as forgiving and need to be cut away, either after printing by knife or by the software, so now it's the software.