Bondtech + e3D v6 direct drive mount for my Ender 5 that would work with the popular ABL sensors (BLTouch, EZABL, etc) and a 5015 part cooling fan.
This should also work on the Ender 3 and CR10, but I haven't tested it.
I'm working on the following and will add once complete...
- A Y-axis limit switch mount to use if wanting to retain Y-Axis build volume on the Ender 5.
- A remix of the stepper motor bracket that adds cable management on both sides.
Sliced with Cura 4.
Speed: 30 mm/s
Hotend: 240 C
Bed: 80 C
Infill: 20% Gyroid
Top & Bottom Layers: 4
You will need to change how the belts slot into the x-carriage in order to clear the modular wing attachments for fans / etc. Stock the belts travel behind the x-carriage and the brass crimps face the front of the printer. You'll need to change this so the belts travel in front of the x-carriage so the brass crimps face the rear of the printer. I've included a photo of this.
Y-axis Build Volume
Because the hotend sits farther forward than the original Creality hotend you will lose some Y-axis build volume. I was able to regain pretty much all of this by doing the following...
- Face the button head of the lower x-carriage wheel bolt to the rear of the printer
- Remove the two top rear corner L brackets
- Relocate the Y-axis limit switch
Short Bowden Tube
You'll need to cut two lengths of Bowden tube. One for the top of the Bondtech BMG where the filament enters and another that runs from the Bondtech BMG to the v6 hotend. The hole diameter in the mount is just over 4mm. I used Capricorn Bowden tube.
You'll need an assortment of M3 hardware (button cap head bolts and nuts).
- You may need to increase the depth of two of the recesses on the back of the mount.