This is still a work in progress and i am in the process of printing this as i type this. I made this design based on the HSCPRO1. I created this design from scratch on Fusion 360 to utilize 1 single 2.5" flexible dust collection hose instead of the original two small 1" hoses into 1 large 2.5" vac port. With this design, you can either clamp on a direct 2.5" flexible dust collection hose or push in your standard 2.5" shop vac hose. This is also a little narrower as well with a width of 4.5" at the front
The Front Window was designed in Fusion 360 and uses .220" thickness acrylic.
I designed this to use neodymium magnets available at Home Depot, brand is Magnet Source #0745. These magnets measure .315" diameter and .118" thick.
The nut fixture is placed on the back of the carriage plate and encapsulates M5 nuts so you only need to use 1 allen wrench to adjust the height of this dust boot.
print this with 50% infill and wall count of 3 for strength.
Main body should be oriented so the mounting tabs are laying flat on the bed. Rear plenum should be printed standing up with its front end down on the bed with supports and a Brim for adhesion.
No need for supports on main body, but the rear plenum should use supports and a brim for proper adhesion. If you can set your slicer to make the 2 slotted bolt mounting tabs solid, you will end up with a much stronger mount.
For the Front window I used .220 Acrylic.
Hardware needed for assembly
4, M5 nuts
2, M5x10mm Button Head Cap Screws
2, M5x16mm Button Head Cap Screws
8, Neodymium magnets (Home Depot) Magnet Source #0745. These magnets measure .315" diameter and .118" thick.
Push in two of the M5 nuts in the small rear bracket and push the other 2 into the inside nut bosses located inside the main Body. You may need to use one of the bolts to help pull the nuts all the way into the pockets.
I used super glue to hold the magnets into the pockets of both the front window and the main body.