This is a print-in-place name plate to put on a desk in an office or classroom. I uploaded the .f3d file so that the name can be changed if you use Fusion 360.
I made this for my girlfriend to have in her classroom at the school where she volunteers.
Amazon Basics PETG
Nozzle Temperature: 235 deg C
Bed Temperature: 70 deg C
Speed: 25 mm/s for all speed settings.
Nozzle Diameter: 0.5 mm
I printed with a raft in attempts to get a smoother finish on the name surface.
Raft and Support Removal
I carefully used a razor blade to remove the raft from the bed, then the raft from the name plate. I then used the razor blade to remove the supports from the shaft.
Getting the name to spin
Be careful and be patient when getting the name to spin. I spent a few minutes slowly and carefully rotating the name in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions. When it started to spin more freely, I was able to flick the name around as it started to spin faster. Since I used PETG, it was strong enough and flexible enough for me to take the name piece out from the frame.
Adding the name
When changing the name to whatever you want it to be, size the "underline" appropriately so that the bottoms of all the letters are touching the underline. This will ensure that the name will print all in one piece.
After printing this once, I think I might increase the diameter of the shaft to make it less susceptible to breaking. If you are using a different type of filament, or are hesitant to use the smaller diameter shaft, you should be able to easily edit it in the Fusion 360 file.