The first project is a simple clip that can be screwed to the face of any kitchen cabinet. My wife loves potato chips and there were usually several bags piled up around the toaster. I made these clips to get them off the counter and out where she could see them. They've been in use for over a year and they've rarely been empty.
This project uses a single 3D printed part and items you can usually find around the house. I've been using ABS for all of my embedded projects, but this should work with PLA or Nylon as well.
OK... Time to go through your toolbox, desk drawers and refrigerator to get the bits you'll need.
Step 1: What you'll Need
Next, go to your desk and find a large spring steel paper clip. The large size isn't very useful for household paper clamping, so this will be an excellent way to put the ones you dig out to good use.
From your tool box, you'll need a wood screw, washer and if you don't want the screw to show, a plastic screw cap.
Now, go to your freezer and pull out a few popsicles. Hand a couple to your kids, who'll most likely be asking you why you're raiding their stash.
Once the popsicles are gone, save the sticks.
Other than a drill, screwdriver, a pair of pliers and the stl file at the end of this instructible, that's it...
Let's get to work.