I have a storage problem. Not in the sense that I have too little storage - I have too many storage devices like USB-Sticks and SD-Cards. It's been a hassle to keep track of them all as I every one of them has a special purpose. So make my life as the household-appointed thumbdrive-overseer a little easier I designed the 'Tower of Storage'.
It's a simple but fancy-looking tilted tower which holds up to 30 USB-Sticks in the front and can optionally hold up to 36 SD-Cards on the sides. For printabilities sake the organizer is split into two parts:
The holder part, where all your USB-Sticks and SD-Cards are held, and the stand part, which slides together with the holder. The stand is there to not have the holder tip over while standing and also serves as a small parts tray for example USB-Caps.
The holder part can be printed lying on it's back. In that orientation it should not need support material.
The stand however definitely needs supports, as the slide in brackets cannot be printed otherwise.
After printing is done, remove the supports. You may have to sand down the sliding brackets a little as tolerance is only 0.4mm on each side and not every printer may be able to get the size right - especially with the supports. Mine assembled with some love-taps.