I designed this in Fusion 360 so I could mount a Titan Aero extruder on my Cetus3D MkII extended printer. I had a few design goals for this:
1) Tip of nozzle would remain is stock location (achieved within a millimeter or so)
2) Light as possible (Plastic creeps, so lighter is better)
3) Inductive probe is mounted as close to nozzle centerline as possible
4) Adjusting inductive probe height or removing it would be simple and quick
Overall, I am happy with the design. My only issue is this thing is cantilevered from the X-axis rail and plastic creeps, which means it will tip slightly to the side with time as the plastic "moves" from it's as printed geometry. So far, I haven't see any print artifacts that can be blamed on this slight tilt to the nozzle.
If you want to use the full X-travel of a Cetus, you will need to use a pancake stepper for the extruder. The stock motor will hit the Z-axis motor before it hits the limit switch. The 3:1 gearing of the Titan Aero means you do NOT need the torque of a full size NEMA 17 motor for the extruder anyway.
One HUGE NOTE: If Up Studio won't allow approximately 300% over extrusion (and I have no idea if it can or can't), then you will have to switch to an aftermarket CPU such as the TinyFab. Same for using the inductive probe for bed leveling.
Fine for duct, normal for mount
MatterHackers Build Series PLA
The cooling duct prints best if you stand it up on end and print vertically. You do not want to use support unless you use support from bed ONLY. Getting the support out of the inside of the duct is not fun.
The mount can use support and depending on your printer setup, may need it to print some of the horizontal parts properly due to bridging.