I needed a headset hook for my shelf - so why not simply printing one...
Looking on Thingivers I found some more or less simple shelf hooks. But I wanted a more eye catching one, like Tosh Headphone holder.
I have used the Impallari fonts Dosis and Lobster to generate the Text with Inkscape and extruded it with OpenSCAD.
As this thing mainly benefits from the used fonts, which are released under Open Font License. So I am releasing this thing now under GPL license. Many thanks for the great work!
Update Version 1.1: new parameter for wedge, bugfixes regarding OpenSCAD version of Customizer
You need two STL files, the one with the extracted text and the proper clamp for your shelf. TOP means pluged from top. Normaly you need the FRONT version.
After printing you can simply snap the two parts together.
I have already generated clamps for shelf thickness from 15mm up to 35mm. If you need a thinner or thicker one, use the customizer the create a matching clamp for your shelf.
I used this setting for printing:
layer height = 0.3mm
wallthick = 1.5
infill = 40%
IMPORTANT! If using CURA for slicing:
use 1mm wallthick setting for printing the bracket. Otherwise there will be no infill and you will get a limpsy bracket.