IT WORKS GREAT! i just attach a small ziplock bag to the side and oh my the saving of material is HUGE ! will post pictures and the file for the new stopper i had to impliment to save myself from entering the firmware.
Check out the removable dump box I'm currently working on in addition to this for easy removal of the purged material AT https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3811579
Making a cleaner and neater looking space then my current plastic bag solution, and also making things more functional by providing more storage space for the purged material as I had a few hang ups of purged material that got stuck to my nozzle after some building up and attached to side of a print, it was easy to remove but still added extra post processing that will be avoided now with the extra space.
AnyCubic Chiron Purge Bucket East Side Mounted over the stepper motor on the X Axis Bracket
I realized having the bucket on the right side of the bed made a bottom release door implausible as the pieces would probably get into the control box for those of us who left the control box in place as i would expect most people to do. So to fix this i simply routed the debris with a sloped angle and a completely removed the one side. This will dump the debris into a garbage can that i will locate underneath it, maybe an old margarine container or something for smaller prints as a run off collector.
this bucket has been cleaned up and a prototype is currently printing on my CR-10S thats heavily upgraded and only gets used with ABS.
like others i have left the slot in the side for a piece of silicone and ill line the run off shoot with aluminum tape for less friction and more sliding to reduce the risk of build up and to literally wipe the nozzle as it travels into and out of the bucket area.