This tie holder is a easy and functional print. Perfect for the O,C,D, and neat freaks of the world, but first you should read the giant list underneath this.
Make sure that the bracket is either going into a stud, or that you are using drywall anchors, so the rack wont fall off the wall. Also, make sure to tighten untill SNUG, but not any further otherwise the bracket will crack. Dont skimp on infill density either, or IT WILL DIE (By that I mean that it will sag over time, and eventually all the ties will just slide off...). I also have a smaller tie rack for people with smaller printers. the small rack is just under 190mm long.
the normal (better) rack is about 350mm long.
Heres a link to a video showing the design and print process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1nfMMrrbAo
Thanks And Enjoy
UPDATE: in the PIC of the bracket, it looks like its bending because the pin wasnt quite long enough, but i fixed that so no worries.
matterhackers pro PLA PLA
the supports are only needed for the bracket and the arm, also, keep the density on low to ensure less cleanup when finished printing.
Overview and Background
i needed a functionall place to put my ties
Lesson Plan and Activity
ask children if they have ties they need organized.