For #3DPrintingDay 2016 I wanted to share a few designs that have helped me out with 3D Printing. Mostly, it's about having a place for everything I use. Blue tape is one of those daily tools so lets make a home for it!
This was the third or so iteration of this design, I'm happy with where it is so here you go!
A few design aspects:
With PLA, it had a suitable bend to the bracket. The angle braces keep the strength and stiffness, while the center where the mounting screw goes does all the flexing. So be aware of this when you mount the bracket.
Don't screw it in too tight:
1) because it's a 3d printed plastic part and you'll crack it,
2) because you might want to play around with screw tightness. I found a nice middle ground where the the bracket still bends, but doesn't rotate when I remove or put back the tape.
Get it printed at our 3DHub: https://www.3dhubs.com/boston/hubs/ag3d-printing
I printed using Hatchbox PLA (http://amzn.to/2gZQIBc), on a bed surface of blue tape and gluestick (one layer was fine).
You could raise the resolution to .30 mm to print faster. It's a vertical build, not much lateral accuracy needed.