WARNING - DO NOT USE PLA - MINE ARE ALREADY CRACKING IN THE MIDDLE OF MY 2ND PRINT. Try with something stronger or the 40x20 Version. GRRRRR
Remixed cah027's "Dracquetball squash feet" because they are sized for Raquet balls.
There are two versions included.
The 40x40 with M4 counter sunk holes plate is slightly taller. Additionally more of the claw's narrow "wrists" are present. This could be a weak point in the future. (I used Hatchbox PLA)
The 40x20 plate has two M4 counter sunk holes and one M5 counter sunk hole down the middle of the claw. This design is shorter and slightly stronger with less of the wrist printed. This design works best if you have a frame made from 2020 bars and/or no easy access to the actual corners.
My printed 40x40 claws hold the squash ball securely and the claws do not touch the ground while supporting an Ender 5 and about 0.5kg of PLA.
I used a LOT of walls to make this solid and strong.
The claws where imported. A 40mm "cutting" sphere was drawn. (Cutting for see thru visibility). The ball was manually dragged around to about the center of the claws. The claws were scaled down to grasp the ball slightly. This took several attempts along with moving the ball around to visually center it as best as I could. Then I whipped up the 40x40 base and grouped the parts.
The 40x20 reused the 40mm claw but was lowered in the Z direction to fit a plate that was only 20mm wide.