Designed to fit the common 1.5kw water cooled spindle found on CNC machines such as the 6040 or X6-1500GT... main adaptor fits to lower collar (60mm), hose management clip fits to main body (80mm).
Magnets allow for quick release for tool change while locking rim design prevents unwanted movement.
I would recommend cutting p2 from 5mm Clear acrylic or similar to allow some visibility. If not it can be printed too, you just lose the ability to peek in and see what's happening... if CNC'ing, the outer edge should be cut down by 2mm, the inner circles are of course a through cut, the screw head pockets should be cut deep enough to leave your screw heads flush (I do 3mm). I have included both STL and DXF depending on which route you want to go.
Designed to fit 8x2mm round rare earth magnets (x4) to allow quick detach function for tool change, and m3 screws and nuts for the collars.
First type fits a "henry" shop vac, nozzle diameter is a taper with the top at 39mm and bottom at 37mm with a depth of around 40mm. The "flying monkey" variant fits a 1.5" nozzle (no taper) with a depth of just under 2".
If you desperately need a different size nozzle in that region, I may be able to adjust the model for you with the appropriate dimensions if time permits.
The whole thing is finished off with a 2" brush section from kent cmc, can be found here http://www.kentcnc.net/nc/products/101-replacement-brush.aspx
Nb, if printing in ABS I strongly recommend scaling X and Y by 0.5% (1.005) to adjust for shrinkage, and a brim to prevent the base lifting as you need a nice flat base to work with. I have included p3 with an extremely efficient support structure which works best if you switch infill to 90 degrees for that part (depending on orientation).
Any questions, please just ask.