This was a little project I made for someone. A trendy minimalist hanger and bowl that will look great by a front door to hold pocket items, keys, hat, sunglasses, small bag, etc! All credit goes to Northern.no for the original product and 3D CAD files that were available to base this hanger from. Their hanger is constructed from aluminum and steel. I made this for those who wanted this product, but would have a hard time dealing with international shipping. No fear, this model can be printed from the comfort of your home and has been redesigned to accommodate thickness necessary for 3D printed parts.
-Thicker hanger and bowl: May not be strong enough to hold heavy bags like the aluminum and steel original, but small totes, hats, keys, etc will hold just fine (reference print settings for strongest parts)
-Wall mount: A new separate piece that can be attached directly to the wall with a regular sized command strip, and the hanger can then be slid onto the mount. Easy installation and removal, with no wall damage. Perfect for dorms!
-Magnet: A new additional feature. Above the hanger is an extrusion to secure a small circular magnet (can be bought from Hobby Lobby https://www.hobbylobby.com/Crafts-Hobbies/Basic-Crafts/Magnets/Craft-Power-Magnets/p/123549 or whatever magnet that fits those dimensions) as an extra spot to store a spare key, keychain, etc.
Printing: I'd recommend a thicker infill, anywhere from from 70-100% to ensure the PLA or ABS is strong enough to hold up to the stress of hanging and holding items. May not be necessary if a stronger filament is chosen. I printed my prototypes at 80% and they're fairly robust.
DISCLAIMER: All photo photographer belongs to Northern, and does not represent what the final model designed for 3D printing will look like (although its pretty much the same).
I'll still be updating this over time, so look out for updates!
I used Hatchbox white I used PLA
I chose from 70-100. I explain why
Whatever you want
Some light gluing will be necessary for this current version. The bowl must be glued to the hanger at the bottom (will work on a version that allows the bowl to be removable in the future) and also for the optional magnet in the hole on the hanger that is provided. Super glue or any type of Cyanoacrylate glue should work just fine.
I recommend using a standard 3M Command Strip to secure the wall mount but it can be drilled through and secured directly to the wall if you want to test your DIY skills. The file was not modeled to accommodate this for the current version but it can be done. Make sure to countersink your screw holes!
Color is up to you! Use a colored filament, or sand the parts down and spray paint them whatever color you want.
Northern is Swedish company that produces trendy and well designed home goods. I wanted to test my hand at redesigning their Nest Hanger from their provided 3D CAD files on their site for production in plastic
Bowl: About 69 mm in diameter, about 60 mm deep
Hanger: about 139.25 mm long, about 20 mm wide