I did print it, and think it is a good overall idea. But there is a lot of room for improvement. It is a long print, easily 20+ hours depending on the settings, with a thick unnecessary arm to reach the printer's foot. If anyone has time to dedicate to this, some input: replace that long arm for a much simpler positioning arm, which could be printed separately (reducing the risk of a failed monoblock print). Leave more room for general tools (certainly your typical 3d printer working desk has more day-to-day hardware)... Trade plastic weight for extra room (really thick walls between the slots)... Anyway, hope this is not seen as criticism, just some ideas.