If you are looking for a presentation stand for a special object ... this one might be it!. The different 3D models shown in the video https://youtu.be/QlIysXrMD04 give you an impression how it could look like. Of course the possibilities of 3D printing are not as manifold as shown in the video.
The plate is held in position by 4 nylon threads (Ø 0,35mm).
Dimensions: L200 x H158 x W160mm. Base Ø 80mm, plate Ø 105mm.
Start by gluing the large bow into the base. I used superglue. A small bulge in the middle of the bow will help you with the alignment.
Then you can insert the small bow. I used a screwdriver to press it into place. To ensure a good fit, the fitting accuracy is very tight. It may be necessary to correct the fit with a cutter knife or sandpaper.
Now prepare 4 nylon threads with approx. 20-25cm length. Insert them into the holes of the plate. A multiple knot is enough to fix the thread to the plate. Then start by hanging the plate into the big bow. The thread length between the tip of the bow and the plate should be about 6cm
There is a small slit (W 0,3mm) at the end of the arch - apart from the hole - to trap the thread, initially for temporary fixation. When the plate is aligned horizontally, you can pull the thread through the hole 1-2 more times and clamp it. This should be enough for a permanent fixation. Now you can cut of the thread ends.
Due to the material (PLA) the load is limited ... about 150 gr.