I engineer submarines for a living, so I decided to spice up my cubicle a bit with this name tag. It has pin tabs up top for use with thumb tacks, which can be easily be snipped off with some flush cutters. The other option for mounting is a couple of holes into which you can glue small neodymium magnets from Harbor Freight (http://www.harborfreight.com/10-piece-rare-earth-magnets-67488.html). The front face includes a paper slot into which you can slide your name on a piece of card stock.
The default size takes up the entire print diameter of a Rostock Max v2 (11.25" long).
I achieved my best results by printing with zero bottom layers to allow flex in the infill to absorb any thermal stresses and avoid bed separation. Using 10-15% rectangular infill, 2 perimeters, and 3 top layers with a 0.4mm nozzle gives a very nice surface finish.