I 3D printed this vacuum head. It is meant for the Nomad 883 Pro, I think the non-Pro needs different dimensions.
The main body is PLA, the skirt is a flexible TPU filament, basically 3D printed polyurethane. Two parts super-glued together. The main body attaches to the Z carriage by a screw that applies tension against the carriage.
Since 3D printing was used, it takes about zero effort to build one of these things. I did normal post-print-processing, tapped that hole for the screw, superglue the two halves together.
The hose is 1.25 inch diameter, fits perfectly, just shove it in there.
CAD models uploaded
What do you think? I got a vacuum with a HEPA filter and some respirators and I'm getting ready to cut some garolite for a robot.
Should I make it taller so that the screw hooks over the bottom of the Z carriage?