I will upload photos of printed item tomorrow showing how everything fits.
Will also include info about how I printed it. Fits on 200 x 200 bed
Edit: next day. I have uploaded some photos. Please excuse the huge knife, it was a joke at the time and now that my other half is using the desk tidy at work I can't take any more photos of it.
I designed this for my fiance who is a teacher. The item I printed for her was personalised but I have uploaded a non-personalised version for anyone to print, so ignore the logo on the back, your download will be like the thingiverse 3D visual.
This desk tidy can be printed with no supports as seen in the photos. The post-it note holder has a space at the front to make the sticky notes easy to grab.
Underneath the post-it holder there is a tray for bits & bobs, paper clips, eraser, pencil parer, etc. This tray has a lip at the edge so that things don't fall out, but the lip is curved so that items are still easily accessible by dragging them over the curve, there is no corner for them to get jammed in.
The left section was planned around teachers items, front short sections for chalk, middle section for pens/pencils, and the back section has one wide side for white board markers and the smaller section will hold any side ruler.
The desk tidy is quite stable even with tall objects in it.
This is my first real upload to thingivwrse so I will update it later when I have time and include more info on printing etc.
Item easily fits on a 200mm x 200mm print bed.
Usually does not require any extra bed adhesion as so much of the item is in contact with the bed. (depending on choice filament, etc)
No supports were needed for the post-it tray, as it was printed in PLA with a fan, if you plan to print in ABS I would imagine you would need to use supports.
The structure is quite strong in its design, so infil of 10-15% is fine.