A Fantastic Story related to Kitchen Utensils I have a new design that i would like to present to you. But this one has a story behind it, i would like to share with you; The apartment flat im leaving in was big enough when i was living alone, but the life went on... a couple years ago my grand mother passed away, she left a tremendous amount of kitchen utensils as legacy. I already had enough utensil, but could not throw her stuff away due emotional reasons. Then and i got married. My wife moved in with all the stuff from her previous home... Including her kitchen utensils. Now we have even more. Then my father got older, he can't take care of himself anymore so he also moved in our flat, guess what did he bring while moving in? MORE KITCHEN UTENSILS!.. Then the pandemic hit and a lot of friend lost their jobs. One of them was moving to a different city last year. He sold his home and sent a lot of his stuff to his friends (including me) because its just easier to buy new when he got a new place to live. Guess what did he sent to me? yes. utensils, more and more ultensils. I have no idea how this could happen, how it got the point i could not say "no i dont want these"... At one point i could declare myself as king of kitchen utensils and no one would bat an eye. I was like living in lord of the utensils, fellowship of the ladle. Once i was cowered with colanders and under all those shiny metal i looked like a full armored knight from medieval times... It took a lot of labour and effort to get rid of all the unnecessary stuff but it was worth it. Yet we still have more than we need. My wife needed a storage solution the ones she always use can be kept close to kitchen counter, easy to access and in a tidy manner. but our kitchen counter is not so big so i had to be creative. so i created this design sutiable to fix under the kitchen cupboard. it keeps utensils tidy and carousel provides better ease of access. it can be printed accurately in 0,28mm layer height , much faster comparing to 0,2mm. it can be printed without any support ( no filament waste). And no additional harware needed except 2 metal screws to fix it under any shelf/cupboard or any other ceiling surface you wish. This design also participates in "wall hooks design contest" as my secondary design in the contest. Please wish me luck in "wall hooks design contest", please leave a like on the design it realy helps me out, You are appreciated, May the perfect first layer be with you! See you on the next design!