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Desktop organizer

by JSquaredZ, published

Desktop organizer by JSquaredZ Jul 27, 2014
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Summary

I didnt really find a desktop organizer on Thingiverse that I liked, so I built this one. It has a spot for post-it type pads, pens, pencils, scissors, business cards, or whatever you want to put wherever.

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Made it with Colorfabb Marine Blue PLA/PHA at the following settings on my Ultimaker 2:
Layer thickness 200 microns
20% infill
Printed at 210C with 50C buildplate coated with Elmers Jumbo Glue stick
http://bit.ly/elmers_jumbo_glue

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