So I was having an issue with the props from DJI Spark (http://amzn.to/2sVTIJj) fouling themselves so I went to Tinkercad and whipped up these "prop holders". While simple in design they are prop saver as my props where getting caught on the webbing of my backpack and I was afraid they were going to be damaged. Also check out this video that shows how to use it (https://youtu.be/GBUnXamq5_0) as well as don't forget to subscribe and share with your friends too!
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Now this doesn't require any supports to print nor a raft, however I do recommend 0.2 for a layer height rather than 0.3 just to add a few more layers to mix as it will need to flex. Also while PLA will work, because it will need to flex, ABS might be better and because it doesn't have a big surface area, lifting should not be an issue...