This is a stand I made for my new TS80 soldering iron.
It has an adjustable angle clip for the iron (adjusts in 15 degree steps, and is lockable), has a holder for a small solder spool, a space for a 3inch x 3inch (or 75x75mm) solder sponge (Weller TC205 size) and holes for holding up to 4 spare TS80 tips.
You'll need 2x #10-24 x 3/4" pan-head machine screws and nuts to assemble the parts, though M5x20 should in theory work also (the sizes are very close). I prefer to use nylon lock nuts, to prevent things coming loose over time.
Let me know if you try M5 and have any issues, and I can create a separate metric version
The part is designed to be optimally printed at 0.2mm layer height, with a 0.4mm nozzle, and standard extrusion width of 0.45mm (but other settings may work fine).
Update: Nov 20 2018
I've added a new version of the soldering iron holder part. The original part holds the iron by gripping onto the body of the iron (a slight C shape, and friction fit). The new v2 part just supports the iron, and the iron is held in place by the end of the iron resting against a stop, and being held from tipping by a lip at the top. This means that there is no friction/wear on the iron, and since the section of the iron tip that connects to the main body only gets very slightly warm, and not at all hot, this part should be fine printed in PLA (or any other material)
The only part that might need support is the iron holder, which is already in the suggested printing orientation, but may need supports to make the curve print more smoothly. (I've printed ok without supports, but it ends up as more of a slope than a curve on the side towards the plate)