UPDATE - I've revised the original shape of the slot to fit smaller pieces of paper, which may slouch when alone.
A stand alone, paper stand-up for use by holding page(s) upright. This makes typing and productivity a bit more easy.
This was part of a "Day Project" at FreesideAtlanta.org
In all fairness, Sparr and I became challenged in a Speed-Modeling contest. Me on Lightwave 3D and he on OpenSCAD. Sparr was victorious, but agreed to let me upload my model anyways. Thanks bud.
I'm including this original as well as the Freeside Atlanta emboss. Visit FreesideAtlanta.org for more information on our Hackerspace!
I suggest printing to 100% density infill to maximize weight. This will reduce the chance of heavy paper count causing a fall.
Pretty simple application. Just print and place pages into the slot.
Note: The slot may have some ooze across the gap. You'll need to break that apart with most printer profiles.