In my family's never-ending quest to get crap off of our kitchen counters, I decided to created a simple holder for paper, note cards and writing implements. It's designed to be thin enough to allow any adjacent cabinets to open without hitting it.
This is designed to be held in place with 8mm x 3mm disk magnets, available from Home Depot, Amazon, etc. (Mine fit just tightly enough that I didn't need any glue). You can also use stick-on magnet or double-sided tape, but be sure to sand the area where you'll be attaching the tape for better adhesion.
Included are 5 styles to choose from:
- Mini Hex (pictured)
- Max Hex (more manly)
- Circles (indented spheres for a little depth effect)
- Triangles (My novice attempt at an art deco look)
- My first design with vertical spikes (because vertical lines are slimming and it was self-conscious)
You can print with or without a raft, but I use a raft to prevent any first layer issues ruining the delightfully-understated curvature at the edges.
Higher resolution will result in better mechanical accuracy of disk magnet holes and finish. I printed using 0.200 mm and it shows in my print.